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Methodological Briefs on Evidence Synthesis Brief 3: Developing and Designing an Evidence Synthesis Product / Shivit Bakrania

Author/Creator:
Bakrania, Shivit, author
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New York : United Nations, 2020.
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Government document
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1 online resource (1 online resource (14 pages).
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Innocenti Research Briefs ; no.2020/03.
Innocenti Research Briefs; no.2020/03
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Economic and Social Development. (search)
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This series of eight briefs, produced by the UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti, is intended to provide guidance on how to undertake, commission and manage evidence synthesis products such as systematic reviews, rapid evidence assessments and evidence gap maps. Evidence synthesis can play an important role in UNICEF's knowledge management and evidence translation efforts by collating knowledge from multiple studies on what interventions work, and why and how they work. It makes research more accessible and therefore can contribute to evidence-informed programming and policy decisions. The primary audience for these briefs is professionals, including UNICEF staff, who conduct, commission or interpret research and evaluation findings in development contexts to make decisions about policy, programming and advocacy.
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