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1. Citation: Davis, D., Evans, M., Jadad, A., Perrier, L., Rath, D., Ryan, D., et al. (2003). The case for knowledge translation: Shortening the journey from evidence to effect. British Medical Journal, 327, 33-35.
Title: The case for knowledge translation: Shortening the journey from evidence to effect
Author(s): Davis, D.
Evans, M.
Jadad, A.
Perrier, L.
Rath, D.
Ryan, D.
Sibbald, G.
Straus, S.
Rappolt, S.
Wowk, M.
Zwarenstein, M.
Year: 2003
Journal/Publication: British Medical Journal
Abstract: Davis et al. compare how continuing medical education (CME), continuing professional development (CPD), and knowledge translation (KT) promote the implementation of evidenced-based research into practice. The article notes that the passive education embraced by the CME and CPD models do not change physicians’ behavior. The authors posit that knowledge translation is more effective in producing change and present specific ways in which knowledge translation is different from CME and CPD as justification for their position.

Type of Item: Review KT Strategies
Type of KT Strategy: Continuous Quality Improvement/Total Quality Management
Target Group: Healthcare Professional
Evidence Level: 2
Record Updated:2013-07-18

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