Conducting research in a humanitarian emergency can be difficult. Conducting research that gets traction with stakeholders and eventually drives changes in policy and practice can be even trickier.
To help we asked members from the research community to share top tips for conducting humanitarian public health research that leads to impact.
They give advice on how to come up with the right research question, when you should connect with practitioners and policy makers, and the difference that having courage can make.
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