‘It seemed like a good idea at the time’: Beyond ISLAGIATT, leveraging KT to support change in clinical care and service delivery
The BC Cancer Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation department is pleased to invite you to our next session of the Research & KT Learning Collaborative. The goal of the Learning Collaborative is to provide a forum for nurses and allied health providers to strengthen their skills and competencies related to research and knowledge translation best practices.
Knowledge Translation (KT) Challenge: increasing the impact and reach of nursing and allied health research
The implementation of evidence-informed clinical practices is crucial to delivering high-quality cancer care—yet significant gaps exist between the production of new knowledge and its application at the point-of-care. Knowledge translation (KT) has emerged as a solution to help bridge these knowledge-to-practice gaps, and to ensure that the right treatments and services are in place for the right patients at the right time.
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