Data-driven child welfare policy and practice in the next century. J Public Health Manag Pract JPHMP. To identify studies that systematically evaluated the impact of research on social policy, we reviewed the research questions and results of each study to determine whether or not they examined how research evidence reaches policymakers (as opposed to policymaker preferences for disseminated research). Dissemination: Expands available knowledge about a subject. Additionally, the tool helps the user allocate resources to achieve the dissemination objectives. When will dissemination activity occur? Tseng V, Coburn C. Using evidence in the US. By using this website, you agree to our The images or other third party material in this article are included in the article's Creative Commons licence, unless indicated otherwise in a credit line to the material. Langer L, Tripney J, Gough DA. While there is considerable overlap in dissemination channels used at each level of government, there are some unique characteristics. Nelson JW, Scammell MK, Altman RG, Webster TF, Ozonoff DM. Interest in this area of investigation has grown with the increased availability of funding for policy-specific research (e.g., dissemination and implementation research) [3]. However, because of variation in the content of public policy, this emerging area of scholarship lacks a coherent message that specifically addresses social policy in the United States (US). 2013;13:537–58. Therefore, while some theoretical depictions appear linear in their presentation; it is important to acknowledge the critical role of systems thinking. They find that four strategies are most successful supporting the contribution: 1) making findings understandable to policymakers, 2) increasing opportunities for interaction between policymakers and researchers, 3) addressing any structural barriers for research to link with policy like lack of incentives for academics, and lastly, 4) changing the research to make it more relevant to policy issues. The majority of studies employed qualitative research methods (e.g., interviews, case studies, focus groups) to evaluate the impact of scientific research on domestic social policy. Moher D, Shamseer L, Clarke M, Ghersi D, Liberati A, Petticrew M, et al. 2018;13. Narrative policy framework: the influence of media policy narratives on public opinion. State education agencies’ acquisition and use of research knowledge for school improvement. Shelley D, Ogedegbe G, Elbel B. The majority of studies focused on health topics (n = 12) [29, 30, 33, 34, 38, 41, 42, 45, 47, 55, 56, 58] and child and family well-being (n = 6) [27, 36, 46, 49, 52, 57]. Difficulties in identifying robust outcomes and high-quality scales to operationalize them present opportunities for additional exploration in this area. Six of included studies (about 22%) examined multiple levels of government and did not separate results based on specific levels of government [27,28,29,30,31, 53]. 2009;117:495–9. J Phys Act Health. 2009;6. Integrating research, practice, and policy: What we see depends on where we stand. Contact your funding programme for advice. Future work should further explore the degree to which dissemination strategies and implementation strategies either overlap or are distinct. Our search was limited to studies in the United States between 1980 and 2019. Coverage and frequency: how many people are you trying to reach? Lomas J. McGuire W. The nature of attitudes and attitude change. From epidemiology to policy: toward more effective practice. Eat Behav. A study analyzing data across 3 countries found that factors making it easier to disseminate research findings such as a unit/department/school with a formal communication dissemination strategy were rarely available. Three studies examined broadly defined policymakers [33, 54, 56] and generalized staff [54] without indication for specific branch of government. Build momentum throughout the entire project life-cycle; for example, consider timings for sharing findings. Int J Drug Policy. Print materials was the most commonly used channel, including reports (n = 10) [27, 30, 33, 41, 46, 50, 53, 55, 57, 58] and policy briefs (n = 3) [31, 34, 38]. Implement Sci. A frequently reported barrier in research-to-policy translation is the complexity of research and concerns about the quality of research evidence [29, 41, 56]; one strategy for combating this concern is the use of clear, careful language [27], and tailored, audience-specific products that meet the needs of a diverse population of end users [27, 34, 58]. Brokering research in science education policy implementation: the case of a professional association. Strategies for Disseminating Qualitative Research Findings: Three Exemplars. Two studies (about 7%) did not specific the geographic region or state in which the study took place [43, 44]. 2017;25:9–14. It was my first year in graduate school and several of us in the psychophysiology laboratory at Bowling Green State 2019;76:478–96. A systematic review of barriers to and facilitators of the use of evidence by policymakers. A study on state policymakers’ perceptions of comparative effectiveness research (CER) found that the most useful research is that which is consistent and specific to the needs of the policymakers [42]. 2020 [cited 2020 Aug 25]. Aust N Z Health Policy CSIRO. This guide will introduce the terminology and definitions surrounding research dissemination, as well as provide you with strategies and further resources to aid your dissemination … Library of Congress. The full text of each study was considered for inclusion (LEA and DAQ) with conflicts resolved by consensus. 6 Four studies used the Weiss Typology [29, 36, 54, 55], two studies used the operationalization framework [45, 53], and two studies used the advocacy coalition framework [53, 56]. Researchers and policymakers in Canada have sought to bridge the research-to-policy gap. McVay AB, Stamatakis KA, Jacobs JA, Tabak RG, Brownson RC. Think who might benefit from using your findings. 2001;3:22–48. Adm Policy Ment Health Ment Health Serv Res. a waiting audience for your outputs. Research dissemination presentation 1. McGinty et al. The 3 P‘s of Presenting by Duc Tiep Vu English I for IB&M Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. In total, these factors create a fitting and complex environment to examine the dissemination of research to policymakers. Health Educ Res. Research may also play a role in shaping policy and has the potential to add objectivity and evidence to these other forces [1, 2, 68]. Adm Policy Ment Health Ment Health Serv Res. The search of the literature resulted in 5675 articles and 137 articles recommended by content experts for review with 5225 titles and abstracts screened after duplicates removed. Child Welfare. 2000;19:236–40. 2002;21:264–73. These disparate lessons highlight the critical need to integrate knowledge across disciplines. How often do you want to communicate with them to achieve the required impact? Remember to contact your funding programme for guidance on reporting outputs. The current review builds on this existing knowledge to examine how research evidence reaches policymakers and to understand what strategies are likely to be effective in overcoming identified barriers. Include this in your application (or talk to your funding programme). Syntheses of policy-relevant evidence can be useful, particularly when researchers work in partnership with non-governmental organizations to inform the policy process. The influence of the mass media on health policy. Researcher-policymaker partnerships: Strategies for launching and sustaining successful collaborations: Routledge; 2017. Dissemination & Exploitation of results. A tool that can be used to frame the objectives for dissemination, which will guide the materials that need to be created and the method of dissemination. The geographic regional groups used similar channels to disseminate evidence to policymakers including publications and presentations. 2009;58:229–43. The most common sources of knowledge included research, as in peer-reviewed literature (n = 7) [30, 33, 38, 42, 43, 49, 54], researchers (n = 5) [27, 31, 32, 34, 56], and research broadly defined (n = 5) [36, 39, 47, 48, 55], the government (n = 11) [29, 36, 41,42,43,44, 47, 50, 54, 56, 57], and organizations (n = 7) [33, 36, 46, 52,53,54, 56]. Often, policymakers appear unwilling or uninterested in considering the application of evidence to their work [45, 53]; when researchers can demonstrate the value and relevance of their work [58], policymakers may be more likely to engage. 3, Art. 17 – September 2007 . One study piloted multiple styles of policy briefs and found staffers preferred to use and share narrative or story-based briefs while legislators were more likely to use and share statistical, data-based briefs [38]. methods of dissemination outside of the standard three Ps: presentations, posters, and papers. Several cross-cutting strategies (e.g., start early, use evidence “champions,” make research products more timely, relevant, and accessible) were identified that are likely to lead to more effective translate of research evidence into the policy making process in the United States. While the Model for Dissemination of Research and its origins (i.e., the Mathematical Theory of Communication and Diffusion of Innovations Theory) appear linear in their presentation, Shannon and Weaver [11, 12] and Rogers [16] clearly acknowledge that the dissemination of information is not a linear process and is effected by the environment within which it occurs. Eur J Commun. Health Aff (Millwood). One significant challenge to increasing the rigor in dissemination research studies is the difficulty in choosing and then measuring an outcome. At the federal level, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) provides non-partisan research support to legislators in multiple formats including reports on major policy issues, expert testimony, and responses to individual inquiries; the Domestic Social Policy Division offers Congress interdisciplinary research and analysis on social policy issues [82]. Volume 8, No. commissioners, patients, clinicians and charities. The channel is how the message gets from the source to the audience [15]. In the federal legislative context alone, multiple committees and subcommittees of both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate may exercise some control over programs and policies related to a single social policy issue (e.g., child and family services) [81]. 2001;13. RCB is supported by the National Cancer Institute (P50CA244431) the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U48DP006395). Vol. Social Policy: History (1950–1980). Both traditional (n = 6) [31, 33, 47, 52,53,54] and social media (n = 2) [47, 53] were examined as channels to disseminate research to policymakers. Fifteen to twenty years is how long it takes for the billions of dollars of health-related research to translate into evidence-based policies and programs suitable for public use. Translating disparities research to policy: a qualitative study of state mental health policymakers’ perceptions of mental health care disparities report cards. Am Psychol. This shift creates an opportunity to optimize the content of print materials to disseminate in new mediums; it also offers a chance for authors to improve the accessibility of their work for broader audiences (e.g., via more visual presentation formats) [15, 69,70,71]. Cambridge; 1950. Dissemination Your Findings Page 4 Meaning. Jamieson M, Bodonyi JM. Jabbar H, Goel La Londe P, Debray E, Scott J, Lubienski C. How Policymakers Define ‘Evidence’: The Politics of Research Use in New Orleans. The results of this systematic review are synthesized in a preliminary conceptual model (organized around the Model for Dissemination of Research) with the goal of improving dissemination strategies for the translation of scientific research to policymakers and guiding future research in this area. 2013; [cited 2020 Apr 17]. Think about the expertise you have in your team and whether you need additional help with dissemination. For the best experience, please use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. The remaining studies covered the topics of education (n = 4) [39, 43, 53, 54], guns [56], veterans [44], and general social research (n = 3) [31, 32, 48]. Nelson SR, Leffler JC, Hansen BA. The current study aims to make sense of and distill these lessons by conducting a systematic review of scientific literature on the role of research in shaping social policy in the United States. Researchers’ familiarity with the policy process, the relevance of policy dissemination to individual programs of research, and the expectation of dissemination (from higher institutional or funding bodies) facilitated the research-to-policy exchange, while lack of familiarity with effective dissemination strategies and lack of financial and institutional support for dissemination emerged as primary barriers in the research-to-policy exchange [31]. One study examined the role of researchers themselves in disseminating findings to policymakers and identified individual- and organizational-level facilitators and barriers to the process [31]. 2012;43:S143–8. 2015;10:21. Key findings are drawn from multiple disciplines and suggest that lessons learned may cut across both research topics and levels of government. This finding was mirrored in two studies that found testimonial or descriptive evidence to be as effective as data-driven research [34, 52], particularly in the context of sympathetic populations [52]. Objectives Identify the key strategies to implementation of evidence-based practice. Bogenschneider K, Corbett TJ. 2014;14:2. Psychol Serv. Originally published by Brownson et al. Theoretical frameworks offer a necessary foundation to identify and assess strategies for disseminating research to policymakers. McGuire WJ, Rice R, Atkin C. Input and output variables currently promising for constructing persuasive communications. Infrastructure differences may also represent important differences between the US social policy context and that of other developed nations. Abstracted data was qualitatively analyzed using thematic analysis (LEA and DAQ) and guided by the Model for Dissemination of Research. State Legislators’ Support for Behavioral Health Parity Laws: The Influence of Mutable and Fixed Factors at Multiple Levels. Included studies are listed in Table 1. For example, some states have full-time legislatures while other states have part-time legislatures. More advice from the NIHR on knowledge mobilisation and dissemination. Manage cookies/Do not sell my data we use in the preference centre. 2014;42:17–25. J Crim Just. Studies evaluating dissemination strategies, involving patients and/or reaching patients, were included. Available from: https://www.britannica.com/topic/political-party. We used the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA-P) model [19, 20] to examine and distill existing studies on strategies for using research evidence to influence social policy. 2011;103:306–16. 16 - 3 Introduction I (Lammers) will never forget the first time that I presented research to a public audience. Available from: /handbook. Brownson RC, Eyler AA, Harris JK, Moore JB, Tabak RG. The role of researchers in disseminating evidence to public health practice settings: a cross-sectional study. 2.Delivery of Health Care – methods. An audience research study to disseminate evidence about comprehensive state mental health parity legislation to US State policymakers: protocol. 2003;56:29–40. Most studies examined state-level policy (n = 18) and nine studies examined federal-level policy, with some studies looking at multiple levels of government. The aim of this systematic literature review was to assess what dissemination strategies are feasible to inform and educate patients about recommendations (also known as guidelines). Mahoney C. Why lobbying in America is different [Internet]. Dissemination of research findings is an important part of the research process, passing on the benefits to other researchers, professional practitioners and the wider community. Our review of the literature also identified nine quantitative and mixed-methods studies [31, 32, 38, 39, 42,43,44, 49, 58]. State and Local Expenditures [Internet]. A review of obesity-themed policy briefs. Both studies found that external brokers played a role in connecting SEA policymakers to relevant research, as well as in the conceptualization and development of policy. Edwards C. Complexity in State Government. Subst Abuse Treat Prev Policy. This guide is for researchers who are applying for funding or have research in progress. We examined dissemination based on geographic regions and/or political boundaries (i.e., regions or states). 2019;14:12. The funding entities had no role in the development, data collection, analysis, reporting, or publication of this work. We also excluded non-research sources, such as editorials, opinion pieces, and narrative stories that contain descriptions of dissemination strategies without systematic evaluation. Am J Public Health. Two studies recommend positional neutrality as a researcher’s best approach to handling potential ideological differences, suggesting that presenting research findings as simple fact, rather than making specific recommendations for action, may help avoid conflict and also help researchers gain credibility across the ideological spectrum [27, 50]. Timing: Dissemination should not be limited to the end of a study. One study did not specifically identify the level of government used [46]. 2014;11:377–87. Purtle J, Dodson EA, Nelson K, Meisel ZF, Brownson RC. The researcher needs to be motivated and support from local managers and profe … Under Horizon 2020, beneficiaries should engage in dissemination and exploitation activities. Sorian R, Baugh T. Power of information: closing the gap between research and policy. Evid Policy J Res Debate Pract Policy Press. 2020 [cited 2020 Aug 31]. Key Points The goals for dissemination of evidence-based practice include the ability to 2015;30:840–8. Sorian R, Baugh T. Power of information: closing the gap between research and policy. Our findings provide leads on how to more effectively to engage with policymakers, leading to a greater likelihood of translating research evidence into policy action. intellectual property issues. Involve stakeholders in research planning from an early stage to ensure that the evidence produced is grounded, relevant, accessible and useful. II.UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Further, studies were excluded if the results focused on practitioners (e.g., case managers, local health department workers) and/or if results for practitioners could not be parsed from results for policymakers. El-Jardali F, Lavis JN, Ataya N, Jamal D. Use of health systems and policy research evidence in the health policymaking in eastern Mediterranean countries: views and practices of researchers. The search was performed in February 2016 in PubMed, Ebsco/PsycINFO, Ebsco/CINAHL and Embase. Implementation Sci 15, 89 (2020). Research is of no use unless it gets to the people who need to use it, Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Scientific Adviser for the Department of Health. Report No. Acad Pediatr. A conceptual model for dissemination of research to policymakers. The Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication waiver (http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) applies to the data made available in this article, unless otherwise stated in a credit line to the data. Review methodology: LEA, DAQ, RCB; eligibility criteria: LEA, DAQ, RCB; search strings and terms: LEA, DAQ; abstract screening: LEA, DAQ; full text screening: LEA, DAQ; pilot extraction: LEA, DAQ; data extraction: LEA, DAQ; data aggregation: LEA, DAQ; writing: LEA, DAQ; editing: LEA, DAQ, RCB. 2020 [cited 2020 Aug 10]. 2017;12:1–13. Google Scholar. Engaging national organizations for knowledge translation: Comparative case studies in knowledge value mapping. Evid Policy. Northwest Reg Educ Lab NWREL. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 14(2), 193‐198. Citizenship and social class. Research is the key to understanding human conditions, societal challenges and unlocking the possibilities of technology, which is why research at SDU is made available to as many people as possible. The Model for Dissemination of Research includes the four key components described by Shannon and Weaver [ 11, 12] and later McGuire [ 13, 14] of the research translation process: the source, message, audience, and channel (Fig. While other studies have examined the use of evidence in policymaking globally [4,5,6,7], the current review focuses on US social policy; for the purposes of this study, social policy includes policies which focus on antipoverty, economic security, health, education, and social services [8,9,10]. Innvær S, Vist G, Trommald M, Oxman A. Brownson RC, Hartge P, Samet JM, Ness RB. 2016;11. 2008;14:150–4. The effectiveness of nonpartisan policy research organizations. Brownson RC, Dodson EA, Stamatakis KA, Casey CM, Elliott MB, Luke DA, et al. Purtle J, Lê-Scherban F, Wang XI, Shattuck PT, Proctor EK, Brownson RC. Privacy Health Aff. Am Polit Sci Rev. Dissemination, or the distribution of new knowledge gained through research, is essential to the ethical conduct of research. Findings from this study suggest that having relevant research information increases policymakers’ co-sponsorship of proposals by 60% and highlights the importance of research access in the policy process [44]. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13012-020-01046-3, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13012-020-01046-3. Correspondence to Be realistic and pragmatic. Available from: https://www.nihr.ac.uk/explore-nihr/funding-programmes/policy-research.htm. 2015;25:883–7. Higgins J, Green S. Cochrane Handbook for systematic reviews of interventions. 2019;34:129–44. 303 full-text articles were reviewed with 27 meeting inclusion criteria. Shannon CE. Best A, Holmes B. Finally, two studies emphasized creating a sense of urgency or even shock-value within the message in order to capture policymakers’ interest [36, 57]. Fam Foster Care Century. CAS  Milbank Q. Legislators’ sources of behavioral Health research and preferences for dissemination: variations by political party. The first cultivated researchers’ capacity to accelerate the translation of research evidence into useable knowledge for policymakers through a rapid response researcher network [32]. For state- and local-level policymakers, policies may be most effective when based on the evidence-based understanding of local stakeholders, rather than imposed from the federal level without local contextual details [29]. Dissemination of research. We also analyzed whether dissemination at different levels of government (i.e., local, state, and federal) used unique channels. Co; 1969. 1977;71:1026–43. The Model for Dissemination of Research provides a framework through which to synthesize lessons learned from research to date on the process of translating research to US policymakers. Another dissemination influence may include geographic proximity; for example, geographical proximity may increase the likelihood of university-industry partnerships [85]. Available from: https://www.politico.eu/article/why-lobbying-in-america-is-different/. 2015;4:1. Having looked at open access publishing in particular, we will now consider open dissemination more broadly. A common strategy for garnering support (as recommended above) is the use of evidence champions or brokers; these are intermediary individuals or organizations who connect research suppliers (e.g., individual researchers, academic institutions) to research demand (e.g., policymakers) [53]. Health Aff. This is one of the first systematic reviews to synthesize how social policy research evidence is disseminated to US policymakers. Dodson EA, Eyler AA, Chalifour S, Wintrode CG. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. 2020 [cited 2020 Aug 26]. Syst Rev. 3) Read the articles posted Kerner, J. F. (2008). 2019 [cited 2020 Aug 4]. Health Aff (Millwood). The mathematical theory of communication. Effective dissemination is simply about getting the findings of your research to the people who can make use of them, to maximise the benefit of the research without delay. This systematic review aims to synthesize existing evidence about how research has been used to influence social policy and is guided by the following research questions: What are common strategies for using research to influence social policy in the United States? This model was shown to be effective for both researchers (in mobilizing) and policymakers (in eliciting requests for research evidence to bolster a policy conversation or debate) [32]. Strengthening partnerships between substance use researchers and policy makers to take advantage of a window of opportunity. Garcia AR, Kim M, Palinkas LA, Snowden L, Landsverk J. Socio-contextual determinants of research evidence use in public-youth systems of care. Effective dissemination of research to US policymakers exists; yet, rigorous quantitative evaluation is rare. 2002;7:239–44. Stern MJ. McGinty B, Siddiqi S, Linden S. Academic research-policy translation strategies to improve the use of evidence in health policy development, enactment and implementation: a 3-part embedded case study. However, the typical timeline for academic research (years) is often too long for policymakers whose window for championing a policy action is much shorter (weeks or months) [27, 52]. In recent years, social scientists have sought to understand how research may influence policy [1, 2]. statement and Friese B, Bogenschneider K. 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