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Deliberative Dialogue and Knowledge-to-Action

February 19, 2018 by

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The currently featured ANS article is titled “Toward Relational Practices for Enabling Knowledge-to-Action in Health Systems: The Example of Deliberative Dialogue” by Katrina Plamondon, MSc, RN; Susana Caxaj, PhD, RN (available at no coast while featured). In this article the authors raise critical questions that deserve our consideration, and offer promising approaches for addressing these […]

Integrated Knowledge Translation: Addressing the Knowing/Doing Gap

September 9, 2015 by

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Gweneth Hartrick Doane and Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham have been working with a team of nursing scholars for several years, exploring the philosophic underpinnings and the practice implications of translational research.  The current issue of ANS features two articles based on their work.  The current featured article is “(Re)theorizing Integrated Knowledge Translation: A Heuristic for Knowledge-As-Action” authored by Gweneth Hartrick […]