Step KTA 6.G

Sustain use of lessons learned via tools.

Primary Findings

Primary findings


When convening an interactive forum (a knowledge translation event that brings researchers and knowledge users together to jointly interpret research findings) it may be important for ongoing relationship building to determine whether stakeholders have an expectation that follow-up activities will be scheduled by the researcher.
Literature review and single case study.
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When using the Knowledge to Action Process model to effect an evidence-based change (e.g., in a clinical practice), it is important to determine whether the desired practice changes have become sustainable. One way to track this is to administer a practice standards interview.
Applying the Graham Knowledge to Action Process model in stroke rehabilitation.
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