Evidence implementation: Development of an online methodology from the knowledge-to-action model of knowledge translation.
Matthew T. Stephenson
Lucylynn M. Lizarondo
Joan van den Hoek
Margaret B. Harrison
International journal of nursing practice
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This paper describes an online facilitation for operationalizing the knowledge-to-action (KTA) model. The KTA model incorporates implementation planning that is optimally suited to the information needs of clinicians. The can-implement(©) is an evidence implementation process informed by the KTA model. An online counterpart, the can-implement.pro(©) , was…
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