Knowledge Uptake and Use at the Organizational Level

Knowledge acquisition, assimilation, and use at the organizational level

A scoping review to map the evidence on how to measure and define absorptive capacity of an organization related to the adoption and implementation of a program, policy, or practice change.

Findings from this review will inform a KT-indicator framework being developed by Health Canada.  It is anticipated that the research findings will be also useful to anyone developing tools to improve implementation processes and outcomes.

 

 

Commissioning Organization:

Health Canada

 

Project Type:

Knowledge Synthesis

 

Project Status:

In-progress

 

Funding:

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) under the Strategy for Patient Oriented-Research (SPOR) initiative

Project Lead:

Christina Godfrey RN, PhD

Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Queen’s University

Co-Director and Methodologist, Queen’s Collaboration for Health Care Quality: A JBI Centre of Excellence

Lecturer, Joanna Briggs Institute, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Adelaide

 

Project Team:

Queen’s Collaboration for Health Care Quality (QcHcQ): A JBI Centre of Excellence

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