CHHRN Knowledge Syntheses
About CHHRN's Knowledge Syntheses and Mandate
The production of rigorous and systematic knowledge syntheses, which integrate and contextualize the findings from particular domains of research and identify promising practices for scale up, is a critical first step in the knowledge translation process.
CHHRN identified the importance of undertaking a series of knowledge syntheses, to not only inform policy and practice, but to also help map a research agenda within the four key thematic areas. These topics were identified from a number of HHR related reports, and also from the regional consultations
CHHRN undertook with its member researchers, professional stakeholders and policy-decision-makers.
The following are the three most recent knowledge syntheses produced by CHHRN:
- Planning for Health Workforces and Health Care Systems Based on Population Health Needs
- Feminization of the Physician Workforce: Implications for Health Human Resource Planning
- Internationally Educated Health Professionals
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