The PEP Network provides researchers with tools and guidance to influence policy

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The PEP Network has recently devoted extensive resources to develop its expertise in terms of research communications, in order to provide supported researchers with useful guidance and assistance in elaborating an effective policy influence plan.
Two new documents were produced, that comprise the main elements of this expertise; one is a "Guide to researchers on how to influence policy" and the other is the new "PEP Research Communication Strategy".
To find out all about activities related to research communications within the Network, see the related new section of the PEP Website, here.

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