Collection Details : JBI Evidence Implementation

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Women's, Children's and Adolescent Health

  • Updated:   4/21/2023
  • Contains:  19 items
Special Collection Editor: Women’s, Children’s and Adolescent Health

Professor Anne-Sylvie Ramelet

Improvement of women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health is a global issue worldwide. The paucity of evidence available for the care of women, and particularly children is one of the barriers to widespread implementation of evidence-based practice. However, this is changing and one of the strategies to facilitate research uptake into clinical settings is to conduct implementation projects using scientifically sounds methods. Translating research into clinical practice is a complex process, and many clinicians lack capacity or expertise to realise change in their local settings. This Special Collection provides the opportunity for clinicians engaged in quality improvement to learn from others who successfully implemented evidence-based innovations, whether it is a complex or a simple intervention, into their local context. For women’s, children’s and adolescents’ healthcare, the contextual and process commonalities and differences enabling practice change are important to make clinical and managerial decision.

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