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1. Citation: Walker, M., French, S. D., Feldman-Stewart, D., Siemens, D. R., Mackillop, W. J., & Booth, C. M.(2015). A call for theory-informed approaches to knowledge translations studies: an example of chemotherapy for bladder cancer. Current Oncology, 22(3), 178-181.
Title: A call for theory-informed approaches to knowledge translation studies: an example of chemotherapy for bladder cancer
Author(s): Walker, M.
French, S. D.
Feldman-Stewart, D.
Siemens, D. R.
Mackillop, W. J.
Booth, C. M.
Year: 2015
Journal/Publication: Current Oncology
Abstract: This paper is a call for studies surrounding knowledge translation in cancer care.  The authors explain the current knowledge gap in practices surrounding bladder cancer practices. With the ultimate goal of improving outcomes for patients, the Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF) is exemplified as a mechanism for addressing the barriers and facilitators to implementation of evidence based practices through a series of steps.
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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4462526/pdf/conc-22-178.pdf

Type of Item: Planning Instrument
Target Group: Research Funders
Researchers
Evidence Level: 2
Record Updated:2015-09-17
 

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