Knowledge translation with northern Aboriginal communities: a case study.

@article{Jardine2010KnowledgeTW,
  title={Knowledge translation with northern Aboriginal communities: a case study.},
  author={Cindy G. Jardine and Chris Furgal},
  journal={The Canadian journal of nursing research = Revue canadienne de recherche en sciences infirmieres},
  year={2010},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={119-27}
}
In recent years a new lexicon has emerged in the world of research, as terms such as “translating research,” “knowledge translation,” “knowledge exchange,” and “knowledge sharing” have become increasingly part of the language of health research planning and execution. The incorporation of these concepts into research activities represents a major step forward in the development of community/researcher partnerships and in the integration of research evidence into health policy and practice… CONTINUE READING

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