Using the results of research

All research has been done in the past, but the results of research need to be used today and tomorrow to inform decisions in health care. Trustworthy evidence from research is necessary, but not sufficient, to improve the quality of health care.


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4.3 Using the results of research

So what makes for better healthcare?

 

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