Survey on Principles of Stakeholder Engagement in Global Health Implementation Science Agenda Setting Processes
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Implementation science focuses on improving the availability and use of evidence for health interventions, programs, and policies. Engagement of diverse groups of stakeholders is critical for effective implementation science, with important roles for researchers, implementers, advocates, government officials, and others, and a need for coordination at multiple levels (e.g. local, sub-national, national, regional, global).

This survey asks questions about your opinion and experiences with multi-stakeholder research collaborations in global health, and the process of setting and advancing research and implementation science priorities. It asks about your opinion and experience engaging stakeholders in implementation science and research and seeks your input on a set of principles intended to improve stakeholder engagement.

The results of this survey will inform collective efforts to develop a framework and principles to guide positive stakeholder engagement in global health implementation science and research.
This survey will take five minutes to complete. Your responses will be kept confidential and no identifiers will be used when analyzing and reporting the synthesized results.

Participation in this survey is completely voluntary, and should you choose to begin the survey, you may choose to not answer particular questions, or to stop the survey at any time.

We would be happy to answer any questions you may have about this work. Please contact Samantha Ski at sski@urc-chs.com with questions or for additional information. Thank you for your time and support.  

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