JBI Evidence Implementation

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March 2023 - Volume 21 - Issue 1

  • Craig Lockwood
    Ian Graham
  • 2691-3321
  • Quarterly
  • 107 of 109 Heath Care Sciences & Services
    149 of 172 Medicine, General & Internal
  • 0.938

​​​​From the Editors

Professor Anne-Sylvie Ramelet writes the editorial that so many of us felt needed to be written illuminating the vulnerability of women, children and adolescents and the need for evidence-based interventions and practice to promote equity in health service delivery for these high risk groups.  Anne-Sylvie proposes and frames how addressing translational gaps pragmatically links to improved healthcare for women, children and adolescents. Real world examples of closing gap 3 between evidence and routine clinical practice are available to you in this special, living collection.

Dr. Kylie Porritt (Director, JBI Transfer Science Division) has described and illustrated the JBI approach to evidence implementation in a paper that draws upon decades of scholarship and real world study. The result is a process model that covers diverse contexts, builds capacity across topics, geographic locations and socioeconomic boundaries, and has been widely used to improve the quality of care. 

As always, enjoy reading, and share what you enjoy

Editors in Chief

Craig Lockwood, Ian Graham

Current Issue Highlights

Person-centered care approach to prevention and management of falls among adults and aged in a Brazilian hospital: a best practice implementation project

Albertini, Anna Carolina da Silva; Fernandes, Renato Pinheiro; Püschel, Vilanice Alves de Araújo; More

JBI Evidence Implementation. 21(1):14-24, March 2023.

Published August 2022