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DISTINGUISHED VISITING PROFESSORS
WORKING WITH US
PRODUCING USEFUL RESEARCH EVIDENCE
SUPPORTING OTHERS TO PRODUCE USEFUL RESEARCH EVIDENCE
SUPPORTING AND UNDERSTANDING THE USE OF RESEARCH EVIDENCE IN DECISION-MAKING
BEING RESPONSIVE TO CONTEXTS AND NEEDS IN AFRICA
SUPPORTING EVIDENCE COMMUNITIES
WOMEN IN WAGE LABOUR
A DIARY OF A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
ECOSYSTEM SERVICES FOR POVERTY ALLEVIATION (ESPA)
THE SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENT CROSS-DEPARTMENTAL COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE ON EVIDENCE (COMPLETED)
COLLABORATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EVIDENCE’S JOHANNESBURG CENTRE (CEE Joburg)
HUMAN SETTLEMENTS EVIDENCE MAP
LEADING THE AFRICA EVIDENCE NETWORK (AEN)
MEMBERSHIP OF THE GLOBAL EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS INITIATIVE (GESI) NETWORK
EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS: CAPABLE & DEVELOPMENTAL STATE
EVIDENCE MAP OF RESEARCH ON THE ABUSE OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN EAST AFRICA
EVIDENCE ON TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION
SUPPORTING THE PRODUCTION OF SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS ON THE SCIENCE OF USING RESEARCH (SURe)
Evidence on the use of mobile technology to support the training of CHWs
eHealth for HIV prevention, diagnosis and treatment for key populations
Scoping study on impact evaluation capacity in Sub-Saharan Africa
EVENTS & TRAINING
The new Africa Centre for Evidence
Africa Centre for Evidence Launch: Strengthening EIDM in Africa
How to produce evidence that’s useful – and used
Africa Centre for Evidence welcomes new Distinguished Visiting Professors
If evidence-informed decision-making works in theory, why don’t we see institutionalisation of evidence use in practice?
Seeking synergies in evidence synthesis
Evidence animals, evidence maps, and rapid response services: a reflection on discussing different mechanisms for evidence use in South Africa
Networks Series 1: What should we do to ensure that research evidence is both useful and used?
Networks Series 2: Production of useful evidence: the rapid expansion of the evidence-synthesis
Networks Series 3: What do we know about how to facilitate evidence use?
Networks Series 4: We need greater understanding of decision-making and decision-makers
Networks Series 5: Capacity-sharing to support the use of evidence in decision-making
Networks Series 6: Better networks to support the use of evidence in decision-making
Networks Series 7: Networks and relationships change the nature of evidence
Networks Series 8: So what next?
Citizens Engage Science
1: ACE launches new blog series to encourage citizens to engage science evidence in their everyday lives
Is homework good or bad for children?
The stresses of stress
What is the best way to deal with workplace conflict?
What are the health implications of using cannabis?
Leading the Africa Evidence Network (AEN)