RESEARCH UPTAKE, A guide for DFID-funded research programmes

RESEARCH UPTAKE, A guide for DFID-funded research programmes

May 2013, 19 pages. RESEARCH UPTAKE, A guide for DFID-funded research programmes

This DFID guide is tailored to DFID-funded research programmes and DFID staff but is of use to other research intermediaries.

Research uptake activities aim to:

  1. support the supply of research by ensuring research questions are relevant through engagement with potential users; communicating research effectively; and synthesising and repackaging research for different audiences. Activities in this area typically start with a focus on a particular research project or body of research and consider how it can be communicated.
  2. support the usage of research by building capacity and commitment of research users to access, evaluate, synthesise and use research evidence. Activities in this area typically start with a focus on a particular decision or decision-making process and consider how it can be informed by a range of research evidence.

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