Evidence-informed practice

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Louise Stoll explores explore the ways in which formal and informal evidence and expertise can inform practice within and between organisations, and the role of leaders as well as wider cultural factors and formal mechanisms in enabling this. Stoll then goes onto to discuss the five challenges in moving towards evidence-informed practice.

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