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Looking for survey participants: “ Understanding the contextual factors enabling evidence-based decision making in disasters: Organisational contexts and other disaster related contexts”.

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Bonnix Kayabu

Researcher/Trinity College Dublin

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24 Oct 2016, 12:33

Dear Colleagues,

We are inviting those with experience working in the nutrition sector in emergency and development contexts to participate in an online survey. The survey aims to identify contextual and process factors that need to be taken into account in order to promote the use of research findings among those working in the nutrition sector in disaster related settings in different phases of an emergency.

We hope that the findings of this research will be of strategic and instrumental value for future evidence-based decision-making. It is hoped that researchers in disaster settings will learn from your experience about which kind of research is most valued by you; how the organisation you work for may increase research use; and how the complexity of disaster work may affect research utilisation.

Participation in this study is voluntary and confidential.

Your participation in this study will be considered as a proof of your consent.

To participate in this study please click at the link below:

Thank you.

- Researcher: Dr Bonnix Kayabu: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

Supervision Team:
- Dr. Paul Spiegel: UNHCR-Geneva/Johns Hopkins University, USA.

- Professor Malcolm MacLachlan: Professor of Global Health, Centre for
Global Health, Trinity College Dublin.

- Professor Mike Clarke: Director of Northern Ireland Research Methodology
Hub, Centre of Public Health, Queen’s University Belfast, United Kingdom.

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