Understanding Evidence: Introduction to Evidence Based Decision-Making

Educates practitioners and community advocates about the value of making evidence-informed decisions around violence prevention. Evidence based decision-making is a process for making decisions about a program, practice, or policy that is grounded in best available research and informed by experiential evidence from the field and contextual evidence.This resource is free and online.

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