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Adding the past to the policy mix: An historical approach to the issue of access to general practice in England
Institutional work and innovation in the NHS: the role of creating and disrupting (book chapter)
Does access to a demand-led evidence briefing service improve uptake and use of research evidence by health service commissioners? A controlled before and after study.
Effects of a demand-led evidence briefing service on the uptake and use of research evidence by commissioners of health services: a controlled before and after study.
Proceedings from the 9th annual conference on the science of dissemination and implementation: Washington, DC, USA. 14-15 December 2016.

Author(s): Chambers D, Simpson L, Neta G, et al.


Work completed under CLAHRC GM


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