Schools, health and education policy-makers, practitioners and academics have come together in Wales to establish the world’s first national School Health Research Network (SHRN) which is catalysing a step change in school-based health improvement. Find out how the Network took a complex adaptive system approach.
Dr Gillian Hewitt
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What Works is about bringing better evidence and experimental techniques to bear on public policy.
The Cabinet Office What Works Team coordinates the What Works Network and the Cross Government Trial Advice Panel, and we work within government to improve policy through evidence use and experimentation.
In this blog, we bring together examples of best practice and resources for civil servants who want to find out what works and put robust evidence to good use.
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