|Construct||Knowledge transfer and utilization|
|Definition||Knowledge transfer is a commonly used term both within and outside of the health care sector and is defined as the process of getting (research) knowledge from producers to potential users (i.e., stakeholders). This term is often criticized for its linear (unidirectional) notion and its lack of concern with the implementation of transferred knowledge.
Knowledge utilization refers to the use of broadly defined knowledge including not only research evidence but also scholarly practice and programmatic interventions. It can be regarded as an overarching term that encompasses both research utilization and evidence-based practice.
Knowledge Transfer Intervention
|Models||Conceptual Framework for Research Knowledge Tranfer and Utilization|
Framework for Spread
Pathways to Evidence Informed Policy
Research Development Dissemination and Utilization Framework
|Number of Models||4|