Knowledge translation within a population health study: how do you do it?

@inproceedings{Kitson2013KnowledgeTW,
  title={Knowledge translation within a population health study: how do you do it?},
  author={Alison Kitson and Kathryn M. Powell and Elizabeth Hoon and Jonathan W Newbury and Anne M. Wilson and Justin J Beilby},
  booktitle={Implementation science : IS},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Despite the considerable and growing body of knowledge translation (KT) literature, there are few methodologies sufficiently detailed to guide an integrated KT research approach for a population health study. This paper argues for a clearly articulated collaborative KT approach to be embedded within the research design from the outset. DISCUSSION Population health studies are complex in their own right, and strategies to engage the local community in adopting new interventions are… CONTINUE READING
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