X
Review of published evidence on knowledge translation capacity, practice and support among researchers and research institutions in low- and middle-income countries
12 February 2020

Knowledge translation (KT) is a dynamic and iterative process that includes synthesis, dissemination, exchange and ethically sound application of knowledge to yield beneficial outcomes for society. Effective KT requires researchers to play an active role in promoting evidence uptake. This paper presents a systematised review of evidence on low- and middle-income country (LMIC) researchers’ KT capacity, practice and interventions for enhancing their KT practice (support) with the aim of identifying gaps and informing future research and interventions.

You can find the article here, for the open-access PDF.

Imelda Bates, Nadia Tagoe, and Justin Pulford

 

 

 

Related Publications