However, efforts to bring evidence to practice (usually referred to as knowledge transfer and exchange or KTE) are hampered by disparate views on evidence, fledgling knowledge on how to package evidence for consumption and use, the complexity of the knowledge to action enterprise, and lack of evaluation support
A Framework for Evaluating Knowledge Transfer and Exchange v3.pptx
Expert Lecture Sponsored by the Presidential Strand Chair - Gail Barrington, Barrington Research Group Inc Presenter - Melanie Barwick, The Hospital for Sick Children Discussant - Daniel Stufflebeam, Western Michigan University #2011Conference #KnowledgeTranslation
Barwick Evaluation Use and Knowledge Translation v2.pdf
"The flow of knowledge is woven into the fabric of organizational learning. It ties evaluative thinking to better performance. The most effective way for an organization to do better is to value that flow." To knowledgeably evaluate, the organization must evaluate its knowledge. Integrated...
KN Flow Anaheim 11 2 11.pptx