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Evidence attack in public health: Diverse actors’ experiences with translating controversial or misrepresented evidence in health policy and systems research

Bringing evidence into policy and practice discussions is political; more so when evidence from health studies or programme data are deemed controversial or unexpected, or when results are manipulated and misrepresented. Furthermore, opinion and misinformation in recent years has challenged our notions about how to achieve evidence-informed decision-making (EIDM). Health policy and systems (HPS) researchers […]

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Early and unintended pregnancies threaten triple dividend

In the 21st century, the rights of women and girls over their bodies, sexual choices, and access to sexual health services, and the realisation of sexual and reproductive health rights are still determined by patriarchal systems and oppressive power. Attaining sexual and reproductive health rights remains political and in constant disequilibrium, vulnerable to politicised health […]

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Getting Started: Surviving and Succeeding During the Pre-Doctoral Stage Getting Started: Surviving and Succeeding During the Pre-Doctoral Stage

Choonara S. Edited by; Frick L., Motshoane, P., McMaster, C., Murphy, C. Read more:https://www.africansunmedia.co.za/Sun-e-Shop/Product-Details/tabid/78/ProductID/468/Default.aspx

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