How do public health professionals view and engage with research? A qualitative interview study and stakeholder workshop engaging public health professionals and researchers.

Peter van der Graaf , Lynne Forrest, J Adams, J Shucksmith , M. White

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Abstract

With increasing financial pressures on public health in England, the need for evidence of high relevance to policy is now stronger than ever. However, the ways in which public health professionals (PHPs) and researchers relate to one another are not necessarily conducive to effective knowledge translation. This study explores the perspectives of PHPs and researchers when interacting, with a view to identifying barriers to and opportunities for developing practice that is effectively informed by research.
Original languageEnglish
JournalBMC Public Health
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Publication statusPublished - 22 Nov 2017

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