|dc.contributor.author||Straus, Sharon E|
|dc.contributor.author||Lavis, John N|
|dc.contributor.author||Majumdar, Sumit R|
|dc.contributor.author||McKibbon, K A|
|dc.contributor.author||Sales, Anne E|
|dc.identifier.citation||Implementation Science. 2011 Dec 09;6(1):127|
Globally, healthcare systems are attempting to optimize quality of care. This challenge has resulted in the development of implementation science or knowledge translation (KT) and the resulting need to build capacity in both the science and practice of KT.
We are attempting to meet these challenges through the creation of a national training initiative in KT. We have identified core competencies in this field and have developed a series of educational courses and materials for three training streams. We report the outline for this approach and the progress to date.
We have prepared a strategy to develop, implement, and evaluate a national training initiative to build capacity in the science and practice of KT. Ultimately through this initiative, we hope to meet the capacity demand for KT researchers and practitioners in Canada that will lead to improved care and a strengthened healthcare system.|
|dc.title||Core competencies in the science and practice of knowledge translation: description of a Canadian strategic training initiative|
|dc.rights.holder||Straus et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.|
|Collection||Libre accès - Publications // Open Access - Publications|