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Using a Rapid Knowledge Translation Approach for Better Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Bangladesh, Burundi, Indonesia, and Jordan

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Translation of knowledge into policy and practice is important to ensure positive sexual reproductive health and rights (SRHR) outcomes. The most recent issue of Global Health: Science and Practice explores this topic in the article Using a Rapid Knowledge Translation Approach for Better Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Bangladesh, Burundi, Indonesia, and Jordan.


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Using a Rapid Knowledge Translation Approach for Better Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Bangladesh, Burundi, Indonesia, and Jordan

The article examines the Collaborative Rapid Improvement Model for Knowledge Translation (CRIM-KT). Existing approaches to knowledge translation often lead to time-consuming processes that are not tailored to countries’ needs. CRIM-KT could address this shortcoming. Discover more about how its application and implementation led to improvements in policy and practice in a relatively short time frame and in different contexts.

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