Improving the reporting of health research involving design: a proposed guideline

Publication Year: 2020
Contributing Organisation: Gates Foundation,JSI,Noora Health,Tulane University
Authors: Alessandra N. Bazzano, Shirley D. Yan, Jane Martin et al
Learning Themes: Measurement & Evaluation

Design is being used more frequently in global health practice but is not reported on sufficiently for transparency, evaluability and wider dissemination. Reporting guidelines are useful in improving the quality and quantity of dissemination of work in peer-reviewed literature for global health. Building on available literature and current practice in design for global health, we present a reporting guideline that can be used by scholars and practitioners applying design in their work and invite input on this work. We present draft guidance that we recommend for reporting on design for global health to improve the evidence base for design in global health.

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