Closing evidence-practice gaps in lung cancer: Results from multi-methods priority setting in the clinical context.

@article{McGregor2017ClosingEG,
  title={Closing evidence-practice gaps in lung cancer: Results from multi-methods priority setting in the clinical context.},
  author={Deborah McGregor and Nicole M Rankin and Phyllis Butow and Sarah York and Kate White and J L Phillips and Emily Stone and David J Barnes and Ruth Jones and Tim Shaw},
  journal={Asia-Pacific journal of clinical oncology},
  year={2017},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={28-36}
}
AIM To establish priorities for implementation research to reduce evidence-practice gaps in lung cancer care. METHODS A modified Nominal Group Technique was used to prioritize evidence-practice gaps in lung cancer care with oncology professionals at three clinical study sites: one rural and two metropolitan. A multimethods design was used to gather quantitative and qualitative data. Quantitative data were analyzed with descriptive statistics, while qualitative data were thematically analyzed… CONTINUE READING