Can embedded research build bridges and break barriers between public health academia and practice? a systematic review

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Abstract

The
gap between knowledge and practice in public health is
globally recognised 1 Embedded research is an approach
adopted by researchers to co produce knowledge with
professionals, which involves working and building
relationships between professionals across academia and
policy/practice 2 Embedded research is beneficial as there is
evidence to demonstrate its role in facilitating research
evidence utilisation 3 and facilitation of new knowledge
production through collaborative working 4 However, there is
no systematic review on the role of embedded research in
bridging the knowledge practice gap
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventTeesside University Postgraduate Conference 2019 - Teesside University , Middlesbrough
Duration: 13 Sep 201913 Sep 2019

Conference

ConferenceTeesside University Postgraduate Conference 2019
CityMiddlesbrough
Period13/09/1913/09/19

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    Akintola, A., Ells, L., Newbury-Birch, D., Cheetham, M., & Idowu, O. (2019). Can embedded research build bridges and break barriers between public health academia and practice? a systematic review. Poster session presented at Teesside University Postgraduate Conference 2019, Middlesbrough, .