Effective knowledge translation approaches and practices in Indigenous health research: a systematic review protocol

@inproceedings{Ninomiya2017EffectiveKT,
  title={Effective knowledge translation approaches and practices in Indigenous health research: a systematic review protocol},
  author={Melody E. Morton Ninomiya and Donna Durant Atkinson and Simon Brascoup{\'e} and Michelle Firestone and Nicole Lynn Robinson and Jennifer Reading and Carolyn P. Ziegler and Raglan Maddox and Janet K. Smylie},
  booktitle={Systematic reviews},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Effective knowledge translation (KT) is critical to implementing program and policy changes that require shared understandings of knowledge systems, assumptions, and practices. Within mainstream research institutions and funding agencies, systemic and insidious inequities, privileges, and power relationships inhibit Indigenous peoples' control, input, and benefits over research. This systematic review will examine literature on KT initiatives in Indigenous health research to help… CONTINUE READING
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