Journal article

Stakeholder Perspectives of Attributes and Features of Context Relevant to Knowledge Translation in Health Settings: A Multi-Country Analysis

Janet E Squires, Alison M Hutchinson, Mary Coughlin, Kainat Bashir, Janet Curran, Jeremy M Grimshaw, Kristin Dorrance, Laura Aloisio, Jamie Brehaut, Jill J Francis, Noah Ivers, John Lavis, Susan Michie, Michael Hillmer, Thomas Noseworthy, Jocelyn Vine, Ian D Graham

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLICY AND MANAGEMENT | KERMAN UNIV MEDICAL SCIENCES | Published : 2021

Abstract

BACKGROUND: Context is recognized as important to successful knowledge translation (KT) in health settings. What is meant by context, however, is poorly understood. The purpose of the current study was to elicit tacit knowledge about what is perceived to constitute context by conducting interviews with a variety of health system stakeholders internationally so as to compile a comprehensive list of contextual attributes and their features relevant to KT in healthcare. METHODS: A descriptive qualitative study design was used. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with health system stakeholders (change agents/KT specialists and KT researchers) in four countries: Australia, Canada, the Unit..

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