The Signature Project: the challenges of setting up international collaborative research projects

Alison Kitson, Richard Wiechula, Tiffany Conroy, C Holly, Susan Salmond

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Abstract

Background As the title of this conference suggests, there is widespread interest in developing a robust evidence base around implementation science or understanding the theoretical basis of what interventions promote the effective uptake of new evidence into practice. In particular, there is a belief that evidence can be translated into health systems around the world in an effortless way. Numerous models and frameworks have been developed but there is still little systematic evaluation of international interventions. As part of the JBI Translational Research Science initiative a collab-orative KT research project was set up between the Univer-sity of Adelaide, School of Nursing and the University of Medicine and Dentistry New Jersey (UMDNJ).
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Event2011 Joanna Briggs Institute International Convention: Mission Impossible? Evidence based practice and the future of global health -
Duration: 7 Nov 2011 → …

Conference

Conference2011 Joanna Briggs Institute International Convention: Mission Impossible? Evidence based practice and the future of global health
Period7/11/11 → …

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