||Wehrens, R. (2014). Beyond two communities - from research utilization and knowledge translation to co-production? Public Health, 128. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2014.02.004
||Beyond two communities - from research utilization and knowledge translation to coproduction?
||This paper describes and examines the premise of having, 'two communities' of logic for policy-making professionals and researchers in relation to knowledge translation (KT). It is argued that historically these cultural differences may have been helpful to generate KT strategies. However, progressing forward, this model is now less effective and potentially detrimental. Alternative frameworks including a more collaborative 'co-production' approach are also examined.
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||Review KT Strategies