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Evidence-based decision making became a touchstone of health care in the 1990s. The idea of better informing practice with research findings has spread from medicine to management and policy decisions. The expectation is that those allocating funding and those designing and running health services, as well as those delivering care to patients, use the most up-to-date findings from health services and medical research to inform their decisions. Unfortunately, the rhetoric has so far largely exceeded the reality. Part of the problem lies in the different cultures surrounding those doing research and those who might be able to use it. Discussions on the use of research in decision making quickly descend into finger-pointing. Decisionmakers accuse researchers of irrelevant, poorly communicated “products”; researchers accuse decisionmakers of political expediency that results in irrational outcomes. This essay describes the efforts of one foundation to link the processes of health services research and decision making through all aspects of its research funding. This philosophy of “linkage and exchange” is a promising way to increase the relevance and use of health services research. The Canadian Health Services Research Foundation was formed in 1997 to facilitate evidence-based decision making in Canada's health sector.
4 Its origins were in the convergence of a medical research council concerned about getting applied research funding for health services delivery, and a federal government interested in better informing health services with research. Federal government sources invested a one-time endowment and set up the foundation to improve the scientific basis for decisions made by those running health services. 10 million available each year from this endowment. The foundation is governed as a not-for-profit corporation by a board of trustees, with researchers and decisionmakers represented: The linkage-and-exchange philosophy starts at the top. Approximately 60 percent of its funds are disbursed as direct grants to support research and personnel; the remaining funds are for dissemination and uptake of research and for running all the programs. The health services research it supports is directed at only two of the three main audiences: those managing the health system and those making policies for it.
It funds research on access issues, program design, resource allocation, organization of services, professional roles, and other investigations useful to managers and policymakers. It has a special task to build capacity in nursing research. In what follows, the generic term decisionmakers is used to capture both the health system's managers and its policymakers. Work done in health services research centers with advisory or governing mechanisms that involve decisionmakers is deemed more relevant than that of centers without this exchange. 5 This input may alter the balance of incentives the investigator has in favor of actual priorities and impact, rather than assumed priorities and publication. Bringing decisionmakers who can use the results of a particular piece of research into its formulation and conduct is the best predictor for seeing the findings applied. 7 Expecting better compliance by involving local practitioners in the development of their practice guidelines is one practical manifestation of this finding. Presumably, it is more difficult to reject, discount, or ignore research results when one has contributed to them.