Comment on draft exhibits
The Evidence Commission report will be built around key exhibits (infographics, tables and text boxes) that build momentum for action to better meet the evidence needs of decision-makers in routine times and in future global crises—and we’re requesting your input to help.
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Evidence Commission report table of contents:
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|2. Nature of societal challenges|
2.4 Major reports by challenge type
|3. Decisions and decision-makers: Demand for evidence|
3.3 Government policymakers and considerations for their use of evidence
3.4 Organizational leaders and considerations for their use of evidence
3.5 Professionals and considerations for their use of evidence
3.6 Citizens and considerations for their use of evidence
3.8 Major reports by decision type
|4. Studies, syntheses and guidelines: Supply of evidence|
4.5 Coverage, quality and recency of, and equity in, evidence syntheses
4.7 Distinguishing high from low quality evidence PDF | PNG part 1 PNG part 2 PNG part 3 PNG part 4 | PPT
4.10 Indigenous rights and ways of knowing
4.11 Misinformation and infodemics
4.14 Major reports by evidence type
|5. Role of evidence intermediaries|
5.1 Conditions that can help and hinder evidence intermediaries
5.2 Strategies used by evidence intermediaries
5.3 Types of evidence intermediaries
5.4 Characteristics of evidence intermediaries
|6. Need for global public goods and equitably distributed capacities|
6.1 Global public goods needed to support evidence use
6.2 Equitably distributed capacities needed to support evidence use
|7. Key messages||7.1 Key messages (for which earlier chapters provide context, understandings of problems, potential solutions, and shared vocabulary)|
8.1 Methods used to inform commissioner deliberations and recommendations
8.2 Commissioner biographies
8.5 Commissioner and secretariat affiliations and interests