Evaluating Evidence Aid as a complex, multicomponent knowledge translation intervention. Mellon, D. Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine, 8(1):25–30, 2015.
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Evidence Aid, an initiative established by members of The Cochrane Collaboration in the aftermath of the Indian Ocean Tsunami in December 2004, celebrates its first 10 years later this year. Whilst the principles of the Evidence Aid initiative are firmly rooted in evidence-based medicine and public health practice, the initiative itself was born of a humanitarian imperative, compassion and the expressed moral duty to help. The evidence-base for Evidence Aid, (that is, for knowledge translation interventions focused on dissemination of evidence), was not, and is not, well-established This article, which is based on a presentation at the Evidence Aid Symposium on 20 September 2014, at Hyderabad, India presents a unifying conceptual framework for use when researching the impact of Evidence Aid as a knowledge translation intervention. It highlights how each of the core activities can be mapped to this framework and identifies key outcomes of interest for evaluation.
@article{mellon_evaluating_2015,
	title = {Evaluating {Evidence} {Aid} as a complex, multicomponent knowledge translation intervention},
	volume = {8},
	copyright = {© 2015 Chinese Cochrane Center, West China Hospital of Sichuan University and Wiley Publishing Asia Pty Ltd},
	issn = {1756-5391},
	url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jebm.12135/abstract},
	doi = {10.1111/jebm.12135},
	abstract = {Evidence Aid, an initiative established by members of The Cochrane Collaboration in the aftermath of the Indian Ocean Tsunami in December 2004, celebrates its first 10 years later this year. Whilst the principles of the Evidence Aid initiative are firmly rooted in evidence-based medicine and public health practice, the initiative itself was born of a humanitarian imperative, compassion and the expressed moral duty to help. The evidence-base for Evidence Aid, (that is, for knowledge translation interventions focused on dissemination of evidence), was not, and is not, well-established This article, which is based on a presentation at the Evidence Aid Symposium on 20 September 2014, at Hyderabad, India presents a unifying conceptual framework for use when researching the impact of Evidence Aid as a knowledge translation intervention. It highlights how each of the core activities can be mapped to this framework and identifies key outcomes of interest for evaluation.},
	language = {en},
	number = {1},
	urldate = {2015-05-19},
	journal = {Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine},
	author = {Mellon, Dominic},
	year = {2015},
	keywords = {Article théorique, Décideurs, Impacts et effets, Modèles, Méthodologie, Santé publique, Stratégies, Évaluation de programmes},
	pages = {25--30}
}
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