2012 was a busy year for all our bloggers on R2A. Here is a selection of posts that proved the most popular over the course of the year.
DFID is seeking proposals for a range of innovative programmes that aim to build capacity of decision-makers in low and middle income countries to use research evidence and rigorous data to inform
Cartoons have been used in political satire a lot.
The School of Global Studies is looking to recruit a Research Communications Manager to maximise engagement between researchers within the School and non-academic end users.
This paper explores the assumptions underlying ‘evidence based’ approaches to poverty reduction impact assessment, and argues that the discourse of Evidence-Based Policy (EBP) does not always offer
Biomed Central’s Publishing Director Deborah Kahn speaks to Allison Stevens about the cross-cutting themes that emerged during two high profile conferences on Open Access that took place recently i
Nyasha Musandu explores the value and challenges associated with mapping context as a first step in strategizing for policy influence.
COMDIS-HSD have just launched this valuable guide that describes how to achieve an embedded approach to health research. Supply and demand are brought together in this interesting approach.
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (University of London) Faculty of Public Health & Policy are recruiting a full time Research Fellow...
BioMed Central, an open access journal publisher in biology and medicine, hosted the 3rd Open Access Africa conference at the University of Cape Town from 4-5 November 2012, giving us the opportuni
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