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Metaphors help people “understand the unfamiliar” and “make someone realise they’ve only been looking at one side of a thing.” Metaphors assist in closing “the gap in people’s ability to grasp something, or speed up what they’re already on track to see.” Designing metaphors involves generating multiple possible comparisons to find those that work well. […]
Purpose: These ten considerations aim to help researchers who address important policy problems understand the complexities of influencing policy and how to become more effective in turning good evidence into policy action. Description: Ten key things that researchers need to think about when they want their research to influence policy are: (1) Know what you want to influence: What change do you hope your research findings will bring about? Is it in legislation or policy? Is it greater investment, different practice or changed perceptions? Or is it something else?...
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