This is the title of a recent article in Preventing Chronic Disease.
From the abstract: "We researched easily accessible and time-efficient tools for implementing an evidence-based public health (EBPH) approach to improve population health. Several tools have been developed to meet EBPH needs, including free online resources in the following topic areas:
- Training and planning tools,
- US health surveillance,
- Policy tracking and surveillance,
- Systematic reviews and evidence-based guidelines,
- Economic evaluation,
- and gray literature.
A lot of great tools are listed – some I’ve used myself in teaching. You should check it out! A selection of featured tools includes: