Supporting capacity and skills development for public health data research management in low- and medium income countries

<p>Conducting research in public health is time-consuming and expensive. Ensuring that research data, along with its published findings, is made widely available to the research community leads to more discoveries and greater efficiency.</p><p>The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation commissioned the Open Knowledge Foundation and Frost & Sullivan to:</p><ul><li>assess the current provision of skills for data management and analysis</li><li>identify current challenges and support gaps in research data management. </li></ul><div>The report was completed in November 2013. </div>