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01/11/2024 10:35Without doubt, policy decisions should be based on best available scientific evidence. However, such evidence must be obtained through were designed and responsibly executed scientific research. Where necessary, researchers must be blinded, neutrality ensured and researchers must be found uncompromisingly qualified to administer intervention or engage research activities otherwise veracity will be in question and hence the applicability of the emerging evidence. Hence, the degree of external and internal validity spells the extent to which policy decisions should be founded on scientific evidence.
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For sure, making science policy decisions in the face of uncertainty is a complex challenge that requires careful consideration of evolving scientific knowledge, potential unintended consequences, and effective communication strategies. By fostering collaboration, investing in research, and promoting transparent communication, we can strive towards more robust and evidence-based science policies that address societal challenges effectively.
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Result 5845 user-399994
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Result 5847 user-399994
First, we must ensure the quality and objectivity of scientific evidence. We must also prove the neutrality of the scientific researchers who issued these proofs/conclusions. COVID-19 has shown us that a lot of fake science is circulating even in major scientific journals. We must then carefully read the conclusions of scientific work, paying close attention to the nuances that are used when the scientists themselves tend to doubt their conclusions. This information must also be cross-referenced with other information from other organizations/researchers.