Applying the Knowledge to Action Framework to Plan a Strategy for Implementing Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines: an Interprofessional Perspective

@article{Munce2013ApplyingTK,
  title={Applying the Knowledge to Action Framework to Plan a Strategy for Implementing Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines: an Interprofessional Perspective},
  author={Sarah E P Munce and Monika Kastner and Heidi A. Cramm and Shalini Lal and Sarah-Maude Desch{\^e}ne and Mohammad A Auais and Dawn Stacey and Melissa C. Brouwers},
  journal={Journal of Cancer Education},
  year={2013},
  volume={28},
  pages={481-487}
}
Integrated knowledge translation (IKT) interventions may be one solution to improving the uptake of clinical guidelines. IKT research initiatives are particularly relevant for breast cancer research and initiatives targeting the implementation of clinical guidelines and guideline implementation initiatives, where collaboration with an interdisciplinary team… CONTINUE READING