Using a knowledge translation framework to implement asthma clinical practice guidelines in primary care

@inproceedings{Licskai2012UsingAK,
  title={Using a knowledge translation framework to implement asthma clinical practice guidelines in primary care},
  author={Christopher J. Licskai and Todd W. Sands and Matthew Edson Ong and Lisa Paolatto and Ivan Nicoletti},
  booktitle={International journal for quality in health care : journal of the International Society for Quality in Health Care},
  year={2012}
}
Quality problem International guidelines establish evidence-based standards for asthma care; however, recommendations are often not implemented and many patients do not meet control targets. Initial assessment Regional pilot data demonstrated a knowledge-to-practice gap. Choice of solutions We engineered health system change in a multi-step approach described by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research knowledge translation framework. Implementation Knowledge translation occurred at multiple… CONTINUE READING
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