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Evidence & Policy is the first peer-reviewed journal dedicated to comprehensive and critical assessment of the relationship between research evidence and the concerns of policy makers and practitioners, as well as researchers.

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Volume 10, Number 1, January 2014

Editorial

Free Content Strategies for enabling the use of research evidence
pp. 3-4(2)
Authors: Gough, David; Boaz, Annette

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Research

Procedures and claims among US evidence-producing organisations: the case of the Incredible Years programme
pp. 61-76(16)
Authors: Karlsson, Patrik; Bergmark, Anders; Lundström, Tommy

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Evidence and the antisocial behaviour policy cycle
pp. 77-92(16)
Authors: Bannister, Jon; O'Sullivan, Anthony

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Perceptions on the role of evidence: an English alcohol policy case study
pp. 93-112(20)
Authors: Toner, Paul; Lloyd, Charlie; Thom, Betsy; MacGregor, Susanne; Godfrey, Christine; Herring, Rachel; Tchilingirian, Jordan

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Systems thinking for transformational change in health
pp. 113-126(14)
Authors: Willis, Cameron D; Best, Allan; Riley, Barbara; Herbert, Carol P; Millar, John; Howland, David

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A collaborative approach to bridging the research-policy gap through the development of policy advice software
pp. 127-136(10)
Authors: Milne, Barry John; Lay-Yee, Roy; McLay, Jessica; Tobias, Martin; Tuohy, Pat; Armstrong, Ann; Lynn, Robert; Pearson, Janet; Mannion, Oliver; Davis, Peter

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Sources and Resources

Free Content Sources and Resources
pp. 137-159(23)

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