In January 2016, the Alliance for Useful Evidence produced a guide, packed with links, tips and examples, which seeks to explain why research evidence is important, where quality research can be found, and how it can be used effectively – even if time and money are tight.

Written in plain English, and with a non-specialist reader in mind, this guide was designed to help decision-makers become more confident users of research. Download the guide from the Alliance for Useful Evidence website.

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