Harrison, Margaret B., and Graham, Ian D. (2021). Knowledge Translation in Nursing and Healthcare. John Wiley & Sons.
"Knowledge Translation in Nursing and Healthcare provides authoritative guidance on the implementation of evidence-informed practice, covering issue identification and clarification, solution building and implementation, evaluation, and sustainment. Integrating theory, empirical research, and experiential knowledge, this hands-on resource assists nurses and healthcare practitioners in collecting quality evidence, transforming it into a useable, customized recommendation, and then applying best practice in various point-of-care settings."
This important reference and guide:
- Outlines a planning framework that activates research and evidence in practice settings, moving knowledge into action and sustaining the use of best practice
- Introduces the framework that enables effective evidence-informed methodology and decision-making
- Features numerous illustrative field examples of both successful and unsuccessful implementations in a variety of practical situations
- Offers perspectives on best practice implementation from experienced practitioners and researchers