Knowledge Translation in Health Care: Moving from Evidence by Sharon Straus, Jacqueline Tetroe, Ian D. Graham

By Sharon Straus, Jacqueline Tetroe, Ian D. Graham

Future health care structures all over the world are confronted with the problem of enhancing the standard of care.  supplying facts from healthiness study is important yet now not enough for the availability of optimum care and so wisdom translation (KT), the clinical learn of tools for ultimate the knowledge-to-action hole and of the boundaries and facilitators inherent within the approach, is gaining significance.Knowledge Translation in health and wellbeing Care explains tips on how to use study findings to enhance well-being care in actual existence, daily occasions. The authors outline and describe wisdom translation, and description ideas for profitable wisdom translation in perform and coverage making. The publication is stuffed with examples of ways wisdom translation types paintings in final the space among facts and action.Written through a staff of authors heavily fascinated about the improvement of data translation this particular ebook goals to increase realizing and implementation world wide. it really is an introductory consultant to an rising sizzling subject in evidence-based care and crucial for wellbeing and fitness coverage makers, researchers, managers, clinicians and trainees.

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Meta-analysis) is possible and appropriate. For example, if outcome assessment across the P1: SFK/UKS 9781405181068 P2: SFK/UKS QC: SFK/UKS BLBK132-Straus T1: SFK February 4, 2009 0:33 Knowledge synthesis 21 included studies is inconsistent or evidence of substantial clinical, methodological, or statistical heterogeneity of included studies exists, quantitative synthesis may not be suitable [13]. Guidance on effect measures, approaches to detect heterogeneity, and meta-analysis techniques are available elsewhere [13,40,41].

49 Moher D, Tetzlaff J, Tricco AC, Sampson M, Altman DG. Epidemiology and reporting characteristics of systematic reviews. PLoS Med 2007;4[3]:e78. 50 Atallah AN, de Silva EM, Paiva EV. Disseminating results of systematic reviews through a tv show in Brazil. Syst Rev Evid Action Int Cochrane Colloq 6th 1998, Baltimore; 2008, p. 77. 51 Oermann MH, Floyd JA, Galvin EA, Roop JC. Brief reports for disseminating systematic reviews to nurses. Clin Nurse Spec 2006;20[5]:233–8. 52 Stroup DF, Berlin JA, Morton SC, Olkin I, Williamson GD, Rennie D, et al.

Review validity is dependent on the validity of the included primary studies and the review process itself. Steps should be taken to avoid bias in knowledge synthesis conduct. Transparency in reporting will help readers assess review validity and r applicability, thus increasing its utility. Given the magnitude of existing literature, increasing demands on systematic review teams, and the diversity of approaches, continuing methodological efforts will be r important to increase the efficiency, validity, and applicability of systematic reviews.

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