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Evidence & Policy favourites of 2020

We wanted to share some of our readers' favourite content you might have missed. Please enjoy free access to some of our most read and highly cited articles, along with some of our editors’ top articles from recent issues.  

All articles below are free to access until 31 December 2020

Most Read of 2019

Co-creative approaches to knowledge production: what next for bridging the research to practice gap? [Open Access]
Allison Metz, Annette Boaz and Glenn Robert

Key issues in co-creation with stakeholders when research problems are complex [Open Access]
Gabriele Bammer

Drawing straight lines along blurred boundaries: Qualitative research, patient and public involvement in medical research, co-production and co-design [Open Access]
Louise Locock and Annette Boaz

Rethinking knowledge translation for public health policy [Open Access]
Patrick Fafard and Steven J Hoffman

Towards a heart and soul for co-creative research practice: a systemic approach [Open Access]
Graeme Nicholas, Jeff Foote, Kirsten Kainz, Gerald Midgley, Katrin Prager and Cristina Zurbriggen

Ones to Watch

Pathways to policy impact: a new approach for planning and evidencing research impact
Mark S. Reed, Rosalind Bryce and Ruth Machen

Building trust and sharing power for co-creation in Aboriginal health research: a stakeholder interview study[Open Access]
Simone Louise Sherriff, Hilary Miller et al.

Drawing straight lines along blurred boundaries: qualitative research, patient and public involvement in medical research, co-production and co-design [Open Access]
Louise Locock and Annette Boaz

Deep experiential knowledge: reflections from mutual aid groups for evidence-based practice
Tehseen Noorani, Magnus Karlsson and Thomasina Borkman

Building the concept of research impact literacy
Julie Elizabeth Bayley and David Phipps

EKLIPSE: engaging knowledge holders and networks for evidence-informed European policy on biodiversity and ecosystem services[Open Access]
Allan Watt, Gill Ainsworth et al. 

The evolution of Cochrane evidence summaries in health communication and participation: seeking and responding to stakeholder feedback[Open Access]
Anneliese J. Synnot, Dianne Lowe, Bronwen Merner and Sophie J Hill 

Highly Cited

Mobilising knowledge in complex health systems: a call to action [Open Access]
Bev J. Holmes, Allan Best et al.

Generating 'good enough' evidence for co-production [Open Access]
Catherine Durose, Catherine Needham, Catherine Mangan and James Rees

Why, whose, what and how? A framework for knowledge mobilisers [Open Access]
Vicky Ward

Evidence-based best practice is more political than it looks: a case study of the 'Scottish Approach' [Open Access]
Paul Cairney

Networks and network analysis in evidence, policy and practice
 Kathryn Oliver and Moira V. Faul

Building capacity for evidence-informed decision making: an example from South Africa [Open Access]
Ruth Stewart,  Laurenz Langer et al.

Editors' Choice 

Free until 31 January
Producing policy relevant systematic reviews: navigating the policy-research interface
Sandra Oliver, Mukdarut Bangpan and Kelly Dickson

The evidence-based policy movement and political idealism
Jesper Ahlin Marceta

The Danish trans-fatty acids ban: alliances, mental maps and co-production of policies and research
Signild Vallgårda

See also: Volume 14, Number 4, November 2018 our free sample issue.

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