Cookies policy. PubMed  accuracy. The decision rules took into account the results, their statistical significance, and the quality and number of studies that support the result. The application of distance technology may strengthen the continuity of care between patient and clinician by improving access and supporting the coordination of healthcare activities from a single source. Rice preference deeply explored using focus group discussion as a case-study. PubMed  A comprehensive search of ten databases and five websites was conducted. The dissemination of the information can take up as much as half of the total cost of an information project, so it must be planned in from the start.The key to effective dissemination is to match the means to the message and needs of the audience. systematic and purposeful strategy for capturing critical knowledge from key personnel to store and share with within an organization for maximum efficiency Implement Sci. Schipper K, Bakker M, De Wit M, Ket JC, Abma TA. Further, few have been developed for patients or their caregivers, and there is more of a focus on implementation rather than dissemination. We extend prior research on customer co-creation and organizational innovation by identifying intervening organizational variables and mechanisms that explicate the effects of external knowledge on innovation. See Table 4 and Additional file 7 for the effectiveness statements. A narrative synthesis was undertaken, informed by a matrix of strategy by outcome measure. Dissemination of nursing knowledge is essential for advanced practice nurses. The reasons for exclusion of the 47 papers at full text stage are shown in Additional file 3. Dissemination is easier when the knowledge can be made explicit or formal. The results generated the following six dimensions or roles of SM in KM: (a) ideological and technological foundations, (b) effort, (c) KM process, (d) infrastructure, (e) systematization, and (f) SM application. There are many models and theories to explain what makes KT for healthcare recipients (and providers) effective [6,7,8,9]. Toolkit Part 3: Dissemination Strategies in Evidence-based Policy and Practice The Collaborative seeks to deepen interactions with policymakers, developing evidence based policy solution. 2014;16(2):e40. Those interventions that have been shown to be effective in improving knowledge uptake or health behaviors should be implemented in practice, programs, and policies—if not already implemented. The impact of information technology on patient engagement and health behavior change: a systematic review of the literature. Art. The results of the factor analysis used in this study suggest that adhocracy organizational culture, in which an organization is characterized by emphasis on individual initiative and employee empowerment, may not necessarily affect all knowledge management processes equally. Available from: Begins with a critical review of the literature on knowledge management, arguing that its focus on IT to create a network structure may limit its potential for encouraging knowledge sharing across social communities. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak. Communication and decision-making facilitation: strategies to involve consumers in decision-making about healthcare. This paper reviews four well‐known knowledge dissemination techniques. 2012;7(1):37. How best to use and evaluate patient information leaflets given during a consultation: a systematic review of literature reviews. 2016;11(1):26. All authors contributed to data extraction and quality assessment. Design/methodology/approach – Investigates the attempt by 14 organizations to implement 18 VCoPs. Computer-based strategies, whether internet-based or not, present as barriers difficulties in the management of technologies, mainly for the elderly [19], e-literacy [25, 31, 51], privacy concerns, consumer’s personal feelings, socioeconomic factors [31, 41], and health literacy [31, 44]. There is a wide range of approaches to knowledge dissemination. This article investigated this issue by employing a systematic literature review comprising articles published over the last 10 years, in top‐tier KM journals. The selection process for SRs and the number of papers found at each stage are shown in Fig. 1. Using alternative statistical formats for presenting risks and risk reductions. Both published and gray literature were included. Additionally, we considered barriers to uptake of research evidence through dissemination strategies at the level of knowledge, competency, health literacy, attitudes, access to care, and motivation to change. All studies which initially appeared to meet the inclusion criteria but on inspection of the full text paper did not meet the inclusion criteria are listed in a table “Characteristics of excluded studies” together with reasons for their exclusion. Finally, we examine the moderating role of knowledge dissemination capability on the relationships between external knowledge of both forms. What is knowledge dissemination? Am J Prev Med. Research limitations/implications – The focus is limited to the launching phase; further research should investigate different stages of development. If public sector organisations do not fully comprehend what drives the need for managing knowledge, they may fall into the trap of creating inefficient strategies and operational plans. Sawmynaden P, Atherton H, Majeed A, Car J. Email for the provision of information on disease prevention and health promotion. SRs that evaluated KT dissemination strategies aimed at healthcare recipients or caregivers were included. Seventeen SRs included only patients or caregivers [7, 9, 10, 20, 24, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 43, 44, 49, 50, 53], and the remaining 27 also included providers. Lomas provides a useful taxonomy of KT activities that groups them into three conceptually distinct types: diffusion, dissemination, and implementation. This paper further combined a case study with the actual curriculum teaching of database application, employing Easyclass as an effective course management platform to carry out teaching in large class. Social media use in healthcare: a systematic review of effects on patients and on their relationship with healthcare professionals. To date, research on stand‐alone social media (SM) in isolated knowledge management (KM) processes has been lacking. The model has been applied for knowledge dissemination, which has been the interest of knowledge management. Further, not all of the included SRs used theories or frameworks to inform the strategies. Sawesi S, Rashrash M, Phalakornkule K, Carpenter JS, Jones JF. 2016;18(11):e287. Twenty-six reviews included this strategy but only five provided evidence that was useful for the development of the effectiveness statements [5, 9, 11, 22, 53]. 2014;14:76. Implementation strategies for health systems in low-income countries: an overview of systematic reviews. We also excluded studies where the dissemination strategy was directed to participants with a single health issue, e.g., multimedia interventions to promote HIV testing. Rockville: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. CAS  2013;13:428. Health Quality Ontario. Further, in KT processes addressed to patients and informal caregivers, it is important to consider determinants or barriers at the level of healthcare recipients, i.e., knowledge, language, and cultural differences, skills deficits, attitudes, access to care and motivation to change, among others [7, 10,11,12]. 2009;36(2):165–73. Evaluating the effectiveness of behavior change techniques in health-related behavior: a scoping review of methods used. Systematic reviews (SRs) that included quantitative studies of any design that provided information on the effectiveness of dissemination strategies. Knowledge dissemination is a crucial part of knowledge management because it ensures knowledge is available to those who need it. Health Technol Assess. A model of the co-creation process that encompasses these four research agendas and provides a conceptual framework to analyse Triple Helix initiatives is proposed. Other possible barriers that should be considered are the reliability and trustworthiness of the information [29], personal needs [49], and text complexity and design [40]. This study used a qualitative design. Buchter R, Fechtelpeter D, Knelangen M, Ehrlich M, Waltering A. Sharma AE, Knox M, Mleczko VL, Olayiwola JN. Of the 44 included SRs, ten included qualitative research among other study designs. Knowledge is information that exists in an individual's mind. These factors are important to consider when implementing the chosen intervention strategies, including the applicability of the intervention in different modes of implementation and contexts. 2012;12:CD007457. events to exchange knowledge and raise awareness of your work. While we reported the strategies and results according to the taxonomy adapted from the Health System Evidence database [13], we found that many strategies overlapped for both the type of intervention and the outcome measures. Many of these strategies used toolkits or different platforms, based or not on the internet. Springer Nature. Further, no overview of the literature on dissemination strategies aimed at healthcare users and their caregivers has been conducted. Google ScholarÂ. Hence, the model is actually two dimensional which sits in three-dimensional ambient space. Please note - this section is under development. To our knowledge, this is the first overview of SRs addressing this objective. m-health (with mobile phone) strategies raise as the main barriers to its implementation issues such as e-literacy and lack of internet access [10, 27], health literacy [34, 44], socioeconomic factors [27, 50], privacy concerns, lack of personal skills [10], text complexity [44], and the time-consuming nature of the technology [54]. Titles and abstracts were screened independently according to the selection criteria by pairs of review authors (EC, JB, and MO). 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