What can we learn from published research about experiences of knowledge sharing targeting public policies? We have conducted a review of the literature on this subject in order to draw lessons that may be useful to public health actors. This document presents the method that we used and maps the knowledge-sharing contexts studied in the 105 documents selected for this literature review: country/ies studied, type of political and/or public health actors interviewed, type of government and type of public policy targeted for knowledge sharing.
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