Lindstrom, MacLeod and Levy provide an interesting and challenging perspective on collaborative policy making. In this commentary, we argue that effective policy making will require playing to our strengths as policy makers and researchers, rather than the creation of new roles and vehicles. We also argue that we need greater value placed on evidence and intellectual capital across all institutions in our health system.
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