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Using a Rapid Knowledge Translation Approach for Better Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

To reduce SRHR-related morbidity and mortality - and ensuring access to rights - it is of great importance to effectively translate knowledge into policy and practice.

SRHR knowledge platforms can play a key role in this translation: helping to prioritize relevant issues, mapping knowledge gaps, and developing evidence-based policy and practice.

To tap into this potential and to contribute to the improvement of SRHR, a collaborative rapid improvement model for knowledge translation was designed and implemented by several SRHR platforms in Bangladesh, Burundi, Indonesia and Jordan. 

Together with colleagues from ShareNet International, Aryanti Radyowijati - Director of ResultsinHealth - has been involved in the writing of an article discussing the approach and achievements of this Rapid Knowledge Translation Approach.

The article has recently been published by the Global Health: Science and Practice journal, and can be found here: https://www.ghspjournal.org/content/early/2022/04/05/GHSP-D-21-00461

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