Turning knowledge into action : practical guidance on how to do integrated knowledge translation research / edited by Ian D. Graham, Jacqueline M. Tetroe, Alan Pearson.

Contributor(s): Graham, Ian D | Tetroe, Jacqueline | Pearson, Alan, d1948-Material type: TextTextPublication details: Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, ©2014Description: 1 online resource (196 pages)ISBN: 9781496308146Subject(s): Evidence-based medicine | Knowledge, Theory of | Knowledge management | Medicine -- Research | Evidence-based medicine | Knowledge management | Knowledge, Theory of | Medicine -- ResearchDDC classification: 616 Online resources: Click here to access this book using your OpenAthens username & password (HSE East only). Other regions please contact your local library.
Contents:
Chapter 1. Some basics of integrated knowledge translation research -- Chapter 2. Guide to integrated knowledge translation research: researcher and knowledge-user collaboration in health research -- Chapter 3. Deliberative priority setting for research -- Chapter 4. Moving into action: we know what practices we want to change, now what? an implementation guide for healthcare practitioners -- Chapter 5. Evaluation as KT.
Summary: Integrated knowledge translation research (iKTR) is a way of doing research that increases the relevance, applicability and impact of results. It shares common principles with many collaborative research approaches including: co-production of knowledge, participatory research, linkage and exchange, Mode 2 knowledge production, engaged scholarship, and community based research. IKTR is a paradigm shift, which sees the collaboration of knowledge producers and users as an essential step in achieving societal impact. Chapter 1 focuses on what iKTR is and the known benefits and challenges of the approach. The chapters that follow offer practical guidance on how to: conduct collaborative (iKT) research (Chapter 2), undertake deliberative dialogue priority setting for research (Chapter 3), move research into action (Chapter 4), and conduct evaluation (Chapter 5). Each chapter identifies learning objectives, describes the key issues and relevant research, uses examples to illustrate concepts and ends by providing summary points.
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Chapter 1. Some basics of integrated knowledge translation research -- Chapter 2. Guide to integrated knowledge
translation research: researcher and knowledge-user
collaboration in health research -- Chapter 3.
Deliberative priority setting for research -- Chapter 4.
Moving into action: we know what practices we want to
change, now what? an implementation guide for healthcare practitioners -- Chapter 5. Evaluation as KT.

Integrated knowledge translation research (iKTR) is a way
of doing research that increases the relevance,
applicability and impact of results. It shares common
principles with many collaborative research approaches
including: co-production of knowledge, participatory
research, linkage and exchange, Mode 2 knowledge
production, engaged scholarship, and community based
research. IKTR is a paradigm shift, which sees the
collaboration of knowledge producers and users as an
essential step in achieving societal impact. Chapter 1
focuses on what iKTR is and the known benefits and
challenges of the approach. The chapters that follow offer
practical guidance on how to: conduct collaborative (iKT)
research (Chapter 2), undertake deliberative dialogue
priority setting for research (Chapter 3), move research
into action (Chapter 4), and conduct evaluation (Chapter
5). Each chapter identifies learning objectives, describes
the key issues and relevant research, uses examples to
illustrate concepts and ends by providing summary points.

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