Achieving change in primary care—causes of the evidence to practice gap: systematic reviews of reviews

@article{Lau2015AchievingCI,
  title={Achieving change in primary care—causes of the evidence to practice gap: systematic reviews of reviews},
  author={Rosa Lau and Fiona Stevenson and Bie Nio Ong and Krysia S. Dziedzic and Shaun P. Treweek and Sandra M. Eldridge and Hazel Everitt and Anne P. Kennedy and Nadeem Qureshi and Anne E. Rogers and Richard D. Peacock and Elizabeth Murray},
  journal={Implementation Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={11},
  pages={1-39}
}
BackgroundThis study is to identify, summarise and synthesise literature on the causes of the evidence to practice gap for complex interventions in primary care.DesignThis study is a systematic review of reviews.MethodsMEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, Cochrane Library and PsychINFO were searched, from inception to December 2013. Eligible reviews addressed causes of the evidence to practice gap in primary care in developed countries. Data from included reviews were extracted and synthesised using… CONTINUE READING

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