How do you share and learn about evidence to advance the implementation of best practices in global health?

The USAID Health Evaluation and Applied Research Development (HEARD) Project works to accelerate evidence to use in maternal and child health and related USAID global health priorities, including through innovative methods for packaging evidence on best practices for decision makers. To support these efforts, we are developing a web-based platform for communicating global health implementation activities and evidence.

We invite you to participate in this survey, which will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. In order to design these tools, we would like to understand what resources you currently use and how they help you in your work.

Please fill out this short survey by August 17 and encourage your colleagues and networks to do the same. We hope to hear from implementers, policymakers, researchers, and advocates about the different ways they prefer to share and consume the evidence that can inform improvements in health services and programs around the world.

We look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Contributing Partners

  • University of California, San Francisco and University of California, Berkeley Center for Global Health Delivery and Diplomacy (IGHDD)
  • University Research Co., LLC