Knowledge-to-action processes in SHRTN collaborative communities of practice: A study protocol

  title={Knowledge-to-action processes in SHRTN collaborative communities of practice: A study protocol},
  author={James N. Conklin and Anita Kothari and Paul Stolee and Larry W Chambers and Dorothy Forbes and Ken Le Clair},
  booktitle={Implementation science : IS},
BACKGROUND The Seniors Health Research Transfer Network (SHRTN) Collaborative is a network of networks that work together to improve the health and health care of Ontario seniors. The collaborative facilitates knowledge exchange through a library service, knowledge brokers (KBs), local implementation teams, collaborative technology, and, most importantly, Communities of Practice (CoPs) whose members work together to identify innovations, translate evidence, and help implement changes.This… CONTINUE READING

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