Most important factor in the development of a policy advise – ideal procedure (multiple choice) 1 - The policy-maker uses a limited amount of scientists to provide information for a policy advice. 2 - The policy-maker uses a changing group of advisers. 3 - The policy-maker only uses scientific information to support the political opinion of his employer. 4 - The policy-maker wants only evidence-based information to support his/her policies. 5 - Traditional evidence-based culture is in need of critical discussion and innovation because of the limits of current scientific practice with respect to complex important issues in environment and health. 6 - The policy-maker is highly influenced by the media in developing policy statements.