“It’s A Grey Area”: searching the grey literature on how local governments use real-world data

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Mark Clowes and Anthea Sutton, Information Specialists at the School of Health Related Research at the University of Sheffield, reflect on the challenges of finding grey literature for the NIHR-funded Unlocking Data project, led by Dr Matt Franklin funded by the NIHR Public Health Research (PHR) funding stream with in-kind support by our Health Economics, Evaluation and Equality theme.

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