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ID 23728
Title Knowledge transfer within the Canadian chiropractic community. Part 2: Narrowing the evidence-practice gap
URL http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4139759/?report=classic
Journal J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2014 Sep;58(3):206–214
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Excerpt: This two-part commentary aims to provide clinicians with a basic understanding of knowledge translation (KT), a term that is often used interchangeably with phrases such as knowledge transfer, translational research, knowledge mobilization, and knowledge exchange. Knowledge translation, also known as the science of implementation, is increasingly recognized as a critical element in improving healthcare delivery and aligning the use of research knowledge with clinical practice. The focus of our commentary relates to how these KT processes link with evidence-based chiropractic care.

In Part 1 of this series, we presented an overview of the barriers that impede successful KT in the chiropractic profession. Now in Part 2, we provide an overview of KT strategies followed by a discussion of relevant KT efforts in the Canadian chiropractic community. This discussion will lead to a long-term vision of KT for Canadian chiropractic with suggestions to where KT can be applied or where current efforts can be augmented. The overall goal of this article is to present potential strategies for successful KT implementation in order to reduce the gap between current best evidence and its application in chiropractic practice.

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