Affiliation: McMaster University
- Transferring public-health nursing research to health-system planning: assessing the relevance and accessibility of systematic reviewsD Ciliska
Hamilton Wentworth Regional Department of Public Health Services, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
Can J Nurs Res 31:23-36. 1999..Three months after requesting a review, 93% said they would follow it up; 91% remembered receiving it, and 71% of these had read it while 23% stated it played a part in program planning or decision-making...
- Factors of the innovation, organization, environment, and individual that predict the influence five systematic reviews had on public health decisionsM Dobbins
Int J Technol Assess Health Care 17:467-78. 2001..Future dissemination strategies need to promote the value of using systematic reviews for program decision making as well as promote ongoing training in critical appraisal among intended users in Ontario...
- A process for systematically reviewing the literature: providing the research evidence for public health nursing interventionsB H Thomas
McMaster University School of Nursing, Hamilton Public Health and Community Services, Ontario, Canada
Worldviews Evid Based Nurs 1:176-84. 2004..Also, the project is expected to disseminate the results provincially, nationally, and internationally. Most of the reviews are relevant to public health nursing practice...