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Publication Assessing Barriers to Data Demand and Use in the Health Sector: A Toolkit
(2018)
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Publication Data Demand and Use Curriculum – Facilitator’s Guide
(2018)
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Data Demand and Use
Quality data is fundamental to health systems and their programs across the board from HIV, to family planning (FP), ending preventable child and maternal death (EPCMD), malaria, reproductive health, and all areas of care that ensure public health.
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Data Demand and Use Case Studies
Illustrates instances where data and information have been used in a variety of settings.
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Making Research Findings Actionable
Researchers provide health information to empower stakeholders in making evidence-based decisions. Yet, research is frequently not available, accessible, relevant, or useful, which limits its applicability for improving health systems. MEASURE Evaluation provides guidance on developing an information dissemination strategy that will increase stakeholders' research uptake.
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Now Available in French: Making Research Findings Actionable Reference
Researchers provide health information to empower stakeholders in making evidence-based decisions. Yet, research is frequently not available, accessible, relevant, or useful, which limits its applicability for improving health systems. MEASURE Evaluation provides guidance, now published in French, on developing an information dissemination strategy that will increase stakeholders' research uptake.
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Data Use in the Indian Health Sector
Major investments have been and continue to be made in data collection for public health programs but there is concern that such data are not being used to their full potential.
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Using Data for Decision Making: Recommendations to Inform Design of Interventions
Failure to consider all empirical evidence before making decisions hinders a health system’s ability to respond to priority needs throughout its many levels. This publication synthesizes findings of assessments of constraints to data use conducted by MEASURE Evaluation and highlights recommendations for designing interventions to stimulate demand for and improve the use of data for decision making.
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Data Demand and Use Guidance Documents
guidance documents, fact sheets, case studies, working papers
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Data Demand and Use Successes Chronicled in Rwanda
In an effort to develop a collaborative and evidence-based approach to reducing the spread of HIV in Rwanda, Rwanda’s government has committed to strengthening systems to ensure decisions are being informed by accurate data. Starting in 2008, MEASURE Evaluation supported the government and other development partners to develop the country’s 2009-2012 National Strategic Plan for HIV and AIDS employing a results-based and data demand and use (DDU) approach to planning and program improvement.
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