Knowledge Translation : Implications for Evaluation

@inproceedings{Davison2009KnowledgeT,
  title={Knowledge Translation : Implications for Evaluation},
  author={Colleen M Davison},
  year={2009}
}
Translation theory originates in the field of applied linguistics and communication. The term knowledge translation has been adopted in health and other fields to refer to the exchange, synthesis, and application of knowledge. The logic model is a circular or iterative loop among various knowledge translation actors (knowledge producers and users) with translation activities evolving and occurring at various stages. Successful knowledge translation depends on the engagement of the target… CONTINUE READING

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