This document offers advice based on the perspectives of municipal elected officials and public servants and of public health actors involved in collaborations.
This document presents the characteristics of a policy brief and the elements to consider when writing one. It also offers a selection of guides for writing policy briefs.
Approaching Municipalities to Share Knowledge: Advice from Municipal Civil Servants to Public Health Actors
What is an effective way to share public health knowledge with the municipal sector? In this document, we present the views expressed by civil servants in Canadian municipalities.
Policy Makers’ Advisors, Scientific Knowledge and Knowledge Sharing: Highlights of a Literature Review and Key Lessons
This summary of our literature review on the advisors of policy makers focuses on the key lessons for professionals and researchers who wish to share public health knowledge to inform public policy development.
The Advisors of Policy Makers: Who Are They, How Do They Handle Scientific Knowledge and What Can We Learn About How to Share Such Knowledge with Them?
The advisors of policy makers play an important role in public policy development and in determining whether and how scientific knowledge is used during this process. This literature review explores their role and proposes avenues for reflection for public health actors who wish to share knowledge with them.
This document maps the knowledge-sharing contexts studied in the 105 documents selected for our literature review on knowledge sharing targeting public policies. The companion interactive table makes it possible to sort these documents by type of context studied.
Querying Databases to Identify Documents on Knowledge Sharing Targeting Public Policies: Example of One Study
This short document presents a ready-to-copy search query designed to query databases through the OVID, EBSCO and ProQuest interfaces.
This briefing note provides an overview of the processes through which public health knowledge can influence public policy.
This document outlines the use of social media by organizations with a public health focus.
This working tool is used at the NCCHPP to plan knowledge-sharing activities. We are making it publicly available in order to contribute to further reflection and discussion on this topic.