An Evidence Integration Triangle for Aligning Science with Policy and Practice

submitted by: purcellp
Over-reliance on decontextualized, standardized implementation of eff?cacy evidence has contributed to slow integration of evidence-based interventions into health policy and practice. This article describes an “evidence integration triangle” (EIT) to guide translation, implementation, prevention efforts, comparative effectiveness research, funding, and policy-making. The EIT emphasizes interactions among three related components needed for effective evidence implementation: (1)...
Authors: Russell Glasgow, Lawrence Green, Martina Taylor, Kurt Stange