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Table 3 Characteristics of the studies reporting application of the KTA Framework in an integrated way

From: Using the Knowledge to Action Framework in practice: a citation analysis and systematic review

  Authors, date of publication Country of study Focus of knowledge translation project Target audience Reported knowledge creation and/or action cycle
1 Bjrøk et al., 2013 [18] Denmark Nursing education; to get a model of skill performance taught as part of the nursing curriculum Stakeholders within academic setting Knowledge Creation and Action Cycle
2 Claude et al., 2012 [17] Democratic Republic of Congo Health promotion; prevention of spina bifida Women in maternal and child health clinics Action Cycle
3 Hua et al., 2012 [20] Canada Public health; Canadian Hypertension Education Programme General public, health professionals and policymakers Knowledge Creation and Action Cycle
4 Keyser, 2010a[19] Canada Community; to inform families about delirium in older adults Families of older adults Action Cycle
5 Molfenter et al., 2009 [23] Canada Evidence-based treatment for dysphagia patients post stroke Speech and language therapists Knowledge Creation and Action Cycle, mainly Action Cycle
6 Petzold et al., 2010 [24] Canada Unilateral spatial neglect post stroke Occupational therapists Knowledge Creation and Action Cycle
7 Russell et al., 2010 [25] Canada Rehabilitation setting; children with cerebral palsy; evidence-based paediatric measurement tools Physiotherapists Action Cycle
8 Stacey et al., 2009 [21] Canada Nursing education; integrating patient decision support within the undergraduate nursing curriculum Academic stakeholders Knowledge Creation and Action Cycle, mainly Action Cycle
9 Straus et al., 2008 [22] Canada Clinical/academicmentor scheme for clinician scientists Stakeholders of the mentor scheme Knowledge Creation and Action Cycle
10 Tugwell et al., 2007 [26] Canada Osteoarthritis Consumers of health care including patients and clinicians Knowledge Creation and Action Cycle
  1. aMaster of Science dissertation.