Lost in (knowledge) translation

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In all areas of dietetic practice, barriers impede the provision of optimal nutrition care. Conceptual models describing the complex knowledge translation process, together with data from cluster randomized controlled trials, suggest that identifying barriers and tailoring intervention strategies to overcome them improves adherence to evidence-based recommendations and client care. A recent before-after study demonstrated the feasibility of adopting such a method in dietetic practice in Canada. This presentation describes the key steps to developing and implementing a tailored action plan that can be used to improve nutrition outcomes in your own setting. 


Speaker:

 

Naomi Cahill, PhD, RD is a sessional lecturer in the Faculty of Continuing Education and Extension at Mount Royal University in Kingston, ON.


Length: 1h 11min


The opinions expressed in this presentation are that of the presenter and do not necessarily reflect those of Dietitians of Canada. Further, this presentation should not be reproduced in full or in part without the express written consent of the presenter.  


Les opinions exprimées dans cette présentation sont celles du présentateur ou de la présentatrice et ne reflètent pas nécessairement celles des Diététistes du Canada. Par ailleurs, cette présentation ne devrait pas être reproduite, que ce soit en partie ou dans son intégralité, sans le consentement écrit exprès du présentateur ou de la présentatrice.

Last Updated: December 11, 2019

Type: Learning on Demand

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