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Role of Research/Academic in Policy Formulation rection of policy and the consequences of future risks. Studies and research results are needed to form the basis of policy formulation. Ideally from every research and development result can be used as government reference in formulating every policy. Government as a user is often faced with variousWhy is policy analysis important?
As such, policy analysis provides researchers with a powerful tool to understand the use of research evidence in policymaking and generate a heightened understanding of the values, interests and political contexts underpinning policy decisions. Such methods may enable more effective advocacy for policies that can lead to improvements in health.How do you use research to influence policy?
There are a number of steps to take to use research to influence policy: 1 Define how you're trying to influence policy. 2 Identify your audience - legislators, the general public, etc. 3 Use existing evidence to help you get started, and to make your work easier. 4 Do the actual research, attending to what your audience will accept and understand.What is research and why is it important?
This chapter of the Tool Box has focused on research, and its importance as a tool for your organization or initiative to accomplish its advocacy goals. Sometimes, that research has to be very specific in order to create or change policy.