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As public health professionals, we recognise a gap between scientists and decision makers. Firstly, communication is a problem. Scientists and decision makers do not use the same language. Because decision makers are usually not current in complex analytical approaches, study results must be put forth in a compelling manner—for example, through visually interesting presentations that accurately and effectively summarise complex analyses.
Secondly, time is a problem. Decision makers seldom have time to read …