The knowledge-value chain: A conceptual framework for knowledge translation in health.

  title={The knowledge-value chain: A conceptual framework for knowledge translation in health.},
  author={R{\'e}jean Landry and Nabil Amara and Ariel Pablos-Mendes and Ramesh Shademani and Irving Gold},
  journal={Bulletin of the World Health Organization},
  volume={84 8},
This article briefly discusses knowledge translation and lists the problems associated with it. Then it uses knowledge-management literature to develop and propose a knowledge-value chain framework in order to provide an integrated conceptual model of knowledge management and application in public health organizations. The knowledge-value chain is a non-linear concept and is based on the management of five dyadic capabilities: mapping and acquisition, creation and destruction, integration and… CONTINUE READING
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