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Word count (abstract): 150 Word count (main text, including references but excluding abstract and title page): 10,934 Abstract Public health research is overtly orientated towards influencing policy and yet, despite official commitments to 'evidence-based policy', most analyses conclude the impact of public health research has been limited. Based on an analysis of post-1997 UK policy statements and interviews with 112 key actors, this article argues that the failure of 'evidence-based' policydoi:10.1093/scipol/sct085 fatcat:fgobyd6ibfasfdwjb7olwtinje