The following reports are available to download:
This study examined the nature of the evidence standards used by 14 web portals providing access to the findings of research.
UK What Works Centres: Aims, methods and contexts (2018)
This project investigated the What Works Centres, comparing their aims, the broad strategies and specific activities used to meet these aims and the contexts in which they sit, in order to help inform the planning of current and prospective What Works Centres.
This review sought to investigate the strategies used to implement NICE guidance in routine practice, and particularly to examine the impact of implementation strategies operationalised by national level organisations and networks.
In this project we intend to collect the views of experts in the field around which are the most promising sources of routinely-collected real-world data for assessing health and social care interventions and practice.
Other EPPI Centre research on evidence use:
This is the first review using systematic methods that has examined how UK Millennium Cohort Study data are utilised. To fit within the remit of the study, we hone in on ten priority question areas.