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Sadighi J, Majdzadeh R, Nedjat S, Fotouhi A, Shahidzade A, Gholarni J, et al . Knowledge translation: a model for research utilization. Payesh. 2008; 7 (1)
URL: http://payeshjournal.ir/article-1-679-en.html
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Objective(s): The present study was aimed to design a knowledge transfer model that would provide a conceptual framework for linking the different components of a knowledge translation cycle. Such a theoretical model will enable us to organize and evaluate the current situation and design further studies on the transfer of research generated knowledge.
Methods: This research, performed in 2006- 7 in Tehran University of Medical Sciences, utilized two distinct methodologies: the first part was a narrative review with the goal of identifying the existing knowledge transfer models; the second part included focus group discussions to find out the views and opinions of researchers and decision-makers concerning the factors that promote or hinder knowledge translation within the health system.
Results: The two studies have provided the input for designing a "Knowledge Translation Cycle" with five domains: Knowledge Creation, Knowledge Transfer, Research Utilization, Question Transfer, and the Context of University. Within each domain, the model includes two components (with the exception of the university context).
Conclusion: This model offers a theoretical basis for identifying the basic requirements and the linking mechanisms for the translation of knowledge.
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type of study: Research | Subject: Medical
Accepted: 2018/11/28 | Published: 2008/01/15

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