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Framework to Guide the Use of Mathematical Modelling in Evidence-based Policy Decision Making

A brief on the framework to guide the use of mathematical modelling in evidence-based policy decision making is now available.

This brief describes a framework that low-and middle-income countries (LMICs) can use to guide their strategies for building systems and structures that support generation and use of model estimates. The framework is intended to be a tool to guide policy makers, funders/development partners and researchers in planning for and prioritising key interventions in improving their country’s capacity to generate and use mathematical models as part of the evidence eco-system in informing decisions.

This framework was developed in consultation with policymakers, policy advisors and infectious disease modellers and is supported by the findings from a multi-country study on the experiences and lessons learnt during COVID-19.

Click here to download the brief