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Erratum to: ‘Exploring the function and effectiveness of knowledge brokers as facilitators of knowledge translation in health related settings: a systematic review and thematic analysis’

The original article was published in Implementation Science 2015 10:162

In viewing the paper [1] online, the author noticed a few errors/issues with the document. The image for Table 1 does not appear visible when selected. Table 1 also appears to have several horizontal lines missing from it under the subheader “Network development, maintenance, and facilitation”, and several vertical lines missing between the “knowledge management” and “linkage and exchange” activity domains which has been corrected here.

Table 1 Classification of knowledge brokering tasks according to activity domains

Additionally, the wrong files have been uploaded for “Additional file 3” and “Additional file 4”. Currently the reference numbers in these additional files do not align with the final version of the manuscript. The correct files have been placed here.

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    Bornbaum CC, Kornas K, Peirson L, Rosella LC. Exploring the function and effectiveness of knowledge brokers as facilitators of knowledge translation in health-related settings: a systematic review and thematic analysis. Implement Sci. 2015;10:162.

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Correspondence to Catherine C. Bornbaum.

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The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1186/s13012-015-0351-9.

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Summary of characteristics from studies investigating the use of knowledge brokers inhealth-related settings. (PDF 238 kb)

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Summary of MetaQAT appraisals from studies investigating the use of knowledge brokers in health-related settings. (PDF 353 kb)

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