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• knowledge translation tool • knowledge translation service To cite this article: Morton, S. and Sedita, K. (2018) Evidence synthesis for knowledge exchange: balancing responsiveness and quality in providing evidence for policy and practice, Evidence & Policy, vol 14, no 1, 155–67, DOI: 10.1332/174426416X14779388510327 Introduction Issues in getting evidence into action are well documented (for example, Nutley et al, 2007) and highlight that traditional evidence synthesis methods are not always appropriate for responding to those issues (Oliver and Dickson, 2015

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(DH, 2010). Whatever the system, local commissioners are responsible for the majority of NHS resources (Smith et al, 2010) and it is clearly essential that they base their decisions on sound evidence, particularly in view of current financial challenges. But are systematic reviews fit for purpose in this context? As part of a major five-year research project (Hanbury et al, 2010), the Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD) at the University of York is providing a knowledge translation service to local decision makers, which aims at translating existing

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