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Understanding context: A concept analysis(sic)(sic)(sic)(sic):(sic)(sic)(sic)(sic)

Janet E Squires, Ian Graham, Kainat Bashir, Letitia Nadalin-Penno, John Lavis, Jill Francis, Janet Curran, Jeremy M Grimshaw, Jamie Brehaut, Noah Ivers, Susan Michie, Michael Hillmer, Thomas Noseworthy, Jocelyn Vine, Melissa Demery Varin, Laura D Aloisio, Mary Coughlin, Alison M Hutchinson

Journal of Advanced Nursing | WILEY | Published : 2019


AIMS: To conduct a concept analysis of clinical practice contexts (work environments) in health care. BACKGROUND: Context is increasingly recognized as important to the development, delivery, and understanding of implementation strategies; however, conceptual clarity about what comprises context is lacking. DESIGN: Modified Walker and Avant concept analysis comprised of five steps: (1) concept selection; (2) determination of aims; (3) identification of uses of context; (4) determination of its defining attributes; and (5) definition of its empirical referents. METHODS: A wide range of databases were systematically searched from inception to August 2014. Empirical articles were included if a ..

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