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Understanding Evidence

The Evidence Project proposes a comprehensive framework for understanding evidence and evidence-based decision making that includes three types of evidence (best available research evidence, contextual evidence, and experiential evidence). The following documents provide more information about the framework for thinking about evidence.

 Understanding Evidence part 1 Best Available research evidence  View, download, or print more information

 
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