Mark Rickinson, et al.: Using Research Well: A Framework for Understanding Quality Use of Research Evidence

Improving the use of research evidence in ways that benefit youth requires clarity not only about what counts as quality evidence, but also what counts as quality use. Surprisingly, the question of what it means to use research evidence well remains largely unexplored, even amid wide-ranging international efforts to strengthen the role of research in social change. In response to this need, the authors have developed the Quality Use of Research Evidence (QURE) Framework. It characterizes high-quality use of research evidence as thoughtful engagement with and implementation of appropriate research evidence, supported by a blend of individual and organizational enabling components within a complex system.

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