This bibliography includes publications, websites, grey
literature, and conference reports that either directly address scaling
up or provide valuable insights on scaling up. Included are materials
from the health, development and education fields as
well as selected pieces from vast literatures on the diffusion of innovation,
or knowledge transfer, research or knowledge utilization, research dissemination,
putting research into practice as well as literature from the policy,
organization and management sciences.
The bibliographic entries are grouped into the below
categories. Many contain links to the original material or a way to
- Scaling up theories, frameworks and concepts
- Research utilization
- Health - general
- Malaria and tuberculosis
- Reproductive health
* Indicates material added
December 20, 2014.
SCALING UP THEORIES, FRAMEWORKS
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