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Getting Evidence into Practice to Reduce Health Inequalities: Context and Progress on HDA Implementation

Viv Speller, Mike Kelly: March 2003 - Version 3

The objectives of the HDA's Evidence into Practice activities are: to bring together evidence of effectiveness in improving the health of the public, drawn from syntheses of research with the practical knowledge of how such effectiveness might be implemented; to bring about changes in public health practice based on evidence, theory and practical knowledge and wisdom; to ensure the sustainability and viability of these changes; and to identify good practice and link it to the best available evidence. The rationale underlying these objectives is to find the most effective means of improving the population's health and supporting the targeting of such work to tackle health inequalities within that population.

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