Stacey D, Legare F, Lewis K, Barry MJ, Bennett CL, Eden KB, et al. The barriers most frequently mentioned were related to ICT or to the information itself. By using this website, you agree to our The effectiveness of toolkits as knowledge translation strategies for integrating evidence into clinical care: a systematic review. Med Care. Many reviews evaluated interventions involving multiple strategies and so contributed evidence to more than one category. within data and documents).. Argues for a community-based model of knowledge management for interactive innovation and contrasts this with the cognitive-based view that underpins many IT-led knowledge management initiatives. 2017;32(2):107–23. Details of the characteristics of the included SRs and AMSTAR scores are in Additional file 4 (Tables 1 and 2). Rockville: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. 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]. Michelle M. Haby. Michie S, Wood CE, Johnston M, Abraham C, Francis JJ, Hardeman W. Behaviour change techniques: the development and evaluation of a taxonomic method for reporting and describing behaviour change interventions (a suite of five studies involving consensus methods, randomised controlled trials and analysis of qualitative data). For the synthesis of barriers (and facilitators) to KT to healthcare participants, 31 SRs contributed information. Case Study. Further, no overview of the literature on dissemination strategies aimed at healthcare users and their caregivers has been conducted. Strategies for disseminating recommendations or guidelines to patients: a systematic review. Knowledge dissemination theory holds that people play most important role in the process of knowledge dissemination, from the inception to completion People are the main carriers of knowledge, at the same time they are also the recipient of knowledge disseminations, This paper discusses pragmatic ways of classifying knowledge maps to give an overview of their application contexts and formats. What is needed for successful KM in an organisation is not technology alone, but also a knowledge-sharing culture, knowledge-sharing policies, organisational processes, performance measurement and business strategies. The authors declare that they have no competing interests. Review of computer-generated outpatient health behavior interventions: clinical encounters “in absentia”. 85 informants with an average of ages 20 years old were divided into several groups. When implementing strategies, decision-makers should consider the barriers and facilitators identified by this overview to ensure maximum effectiveness. 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. Kinnersley P, Edwards A, Hood K, Cadbury N, Ryan R, Prout H, et al. We considered a strategy to be combined when it used two or more verbal, print, or remote health information strategies (e.g., video, computer, and slide show presentations [11]), or different electronic communication types (based or not on the internet), such as telemedicine, ICT applications or ICT platforms [10, 42], or social networking like Facebook or Twitter [39, 46]. In the chapter, we show where and how the term knowledge map has been previously used and which criteria must be met in a sound and useful, One approach to representing the shape of an object is to obtain a piecewise linear polynomial approximation of the digital curve, subject to certain constraints on the goodness of fit. 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. SABARISH-P. Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations. Further, while there is debate about how best to measure the effectiveness of complex behavior change interventions [59, 60], these authors acknowledge that further work is needed. How best to use and evaluate patient information leaflets given during a consultation: a systematic review of literature reviews. Google ScholarÂ. Studies were selected based on the following inclusion criteria. Further, we were able to identify many research gaps that are detailed in Additional file 8. A review of the research on different types of public-good dilemmas provides some indications of the specific interventions that may help organizations encourage the kind of social dynamics that will increase overall knowledge sharing. CAS  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. Therefore using these three perspectives and from considering the knowledge management dissemination requirements of the large organisations we have worked with, three distinct target profiles have emerged: 1. They may include a wide range of functions, … To meet the challenges and take the available opportunities, government must actively pursue initiatives to adopt Knowledge Management (KM) tools, techniques and philosophies. PubMed  Implement Sci. The remaining 24 SRs were used to inform the research gaps (Additional file 8). Cochrane Database Syst Rev. However, in relation to patient advisory councils (which may use both verbal and electronic communication), the main barrier described was that the implementation takes a significant amount of time and resources for recruitment, holding meetings, and providing follow up [45]. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 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]. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. Akl EA, Oxman AD, Herrin J, Vist GE, Terrenato I, Sperati F, et al. Please note - this section is under development. What are the barriers (and facilitators) to disseminate knowledge to healthcare recipients (both for the general public and patients)? These individual factors seem to have a dominant influence on knowledge dissemination from the view point of the knowledge source. Stacey D, Kryworuchko J, Bennett C, Murray MA, Mullan S, Legare F. Decision coaching to prepare patients for making health decisions: a systematic review of decision coaching in trials of patient decision AIDS. 213. Abu Abed M, Himmel W, Vormfelde S, Koschack J. Video-assisted patient education to modify behavior: a systematic review. Forty-one reviews included this strategy (Additional file 5, Table 1) but only 17 provided evidence that was useful for the development of the effectiveness statements [7, 9, 11, 12, 21, 26, 28, 29, 33,34,35, 37, 39, 40, 44, 49, 52]. A systematic review. Timing: Dissemination should not be limited to the end of a study. Currently we are in the middle of the information age, suffering from information overload on the one hand and a lack of knowledge on the other. Using existing documents, detailed logs, and focus groups, a large quantity of qualitative data was gathered, coded, and analyzed. 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. A process‐based classification of knowledge maps and application examples, Bayesian Multicategory Support Vector Machines, Classifying knowledge maps: Typologies and application examples, 2-D Curve Partitioning by Kohonen Feature Maps. Click on a specific technique to take you to a general overview and and links to additional material. Gibbons MC, Wilson RF, Samal L, Lehman CU, Dickersin K, Lehmann HP, et al. While there is an ample literature on the evaluation of knowledge translation interventions aimed at healthcare providers, managers, and policy-makers, there has been less focus on patients and their informal caregivers. We posit that the different forms of external knowledge acquisition contribute differentially toward innovation outcomes. 2009;47(1):1–8. The study provides a comprehensive outlook on the effect of adhocracy culture in higher education on the knowledge management process through the lens of one cultural context. Words or numbers? Pantoja T, Opiyo N, Lewin S, Paulsen E, Ciapponi A, Wiysonge CS, et al. For this overview, we will be focusing on dissemination as a core strategy in KT. We identified 44 systematic reviews that describe the effective strategies to disseminate health knowledge to the public, patients, and caregivers. Factors that affected the effectiveness of the intervention included its frequency, intensity, and follow-up time. All rights reserved. https://dissemination-implementation.org/viewAll_di.aspx, http://www.crd.york.ac.uk/PROSPERO/display_record.php?ID=CRD42018093245, http://www.hqontario.ca/en/documents/eds/2013/full-report-OCDM-etools.pdf, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/, http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/, https://doi.org/10.1186/s13012-020-0974-3. This paper deals with the reduction of a SIR type model into two variables in two-dimensional ambient space to understand the geometry and dynamics better. Manual searches were conducted in Google and Google Scholar; EPPI-Center Systematic Reviews; Rx for Change (https://www.cadth.ca/rx-change); and 3ie–International Initiative for Impact Evaluation. The effectiveness of web-based vs. non-web-based interventions: a meta-analysis of behavioral change outcomes. Health Educ Res. 2016;18(11):e287. It discusses pragmatic ways of classifying knowledge maps to give an overview of their application contexts and formats. Meta-analysis was not possible because the included studies were heterogeneous in terms of the populations, strategies/interventions tested, and outcomes measured. appropriate probabilistic interpretation of the classifier. 2001;8(1):62–79. Knowledge dissemination from research activities to key stakeholders involved in health care is a prerequisite to make prevention effective. Communication and decision-making facilitation: strategies to involve consumers in decision-making about healthcare. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. In this paper, we describe the features of BigOWLIM that have allowed it to penetrate into the commercial sector, focusing on one particular use-case, that being its use in the BBC's World Cup website. In the early part of the twenty-first century, public and private sector organisations are under pressure due to population growth, financial constraints, resource scarcity, social justice and climate change. Each technique is classified according to a recently proposed classification scheme, and advice is given regarding when it is appropriate to use each technique. Patient Educ Couns. In addition, interventions could range from single (e.g., a written information leaflet) to combined strategies. This study aims, therefore, to highlight the critical factors that impact knowledge dissemination in a project environment. Mobile phone messaging for preventive health care. 2017;4:CD001431. Implement Sci. Examples of some of the main types of knowledge maps are presented to illustrate the varieties of knowledge mapping present in the classification. The knowledge disseminated should be readable, comprehensible, relevant, consistent, unambiguous, and credible for patients. Dissemination involves identifying the appropriate audience and tailoring the message and medium to the audience [4]. Zhao J, Freeman B, Li M. Can Mobile phone apps influence People’s health behavior change? Some of these SRs also describe the most important barriers to the uptake of these effective strategies. A table then matches map formats to knowledge management purposes and knowledge-related contents in order to serve as a selection and organizing framework. Classification was done by each reviewer (EC, MB, TT, EI, MH, and MO) and checked by a second reviewer (EC). Edwards A, Hood K, Matthews E, Russell D, Russell I, Barker J, et al. 2007;76(9):633–45. While there is an ample literature on the evaluation of knowledge translation interventions aimed at healthcare providers, managers, and policy-makers, there has been less focus on patients and their informal caregivers. Framing of health information messages. Without communicating workplace policies, processes and the company's mission and principles, employers cannot reasonably expect employees to perform their job functions, much less enjoy working for the company. Until that work is conducted and consensus achieved, systematic reviews of randomized controlled trials (and other designs), as used in this overview, are the currently accepted best method. Akesson KM, Saveman BI, Nilsson G. Health care consumers’ experiences of information communication technology--a summary of literature. Tacit, or informal, knowledge can be shared as well but the means of sharing are different, requiring face-to-face contact and opportunities for experiential learning. This study was supported by a grant from the Ministry of Health of Brazil (TED MS/SCTIE-Fiocruz #43/2016). The advantage of using this taxonomy is that it makes it easier for healthcare decision-makers to find, understand, and use the evidence contained in the overview. Most of the studies did not discuss issues such as ethnicity, income level, or homelessness, which are important when considering the use of an internet-based technology to deliver an outpatient intervention. These included good quality studies on health literacy. This resource … Systematic reviews (SRs) that included quantitative studies of any design that provided information on the effectiveness of dissemination strategies. Hence, the model is actually two dimensional which sits in three-dimensional ambient space. Table 3 Characteristics of interventions (details). This overview used systematic review methodology and adheres to the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis (PRISMA) statement [14]. All of these strategies are likely to increase the success of the dissemination. Dissemination of health-related information is the active, tailored, and targeted distribution of information or interventions via determined channels using planned strategies to a specific public health or clinical practice audience, and has been characterized as a necessary but not sufficient antecedent of knowledge adoption and implementation [5]. The third and most complex area relates to how value is perceived by the different parties. This discussion leads to a proposed model of the co-creation process and four suggested research agendas: Research Agenda One, looking at the resources supplied by the parties and their integration; Research Agenda Two, concerning the interaction practices that enhance co-creation; Research Agenda Three, exploring what value propositions will motivate the different parties to co-create; and Research Agenda Four, considering how co-creation modifies the resources of the parties involved. Buchter R, Fechtelpeter D, Knelangen M, Ehrlich M, Waltering A. Findings – The study shows that the environment, the relevance of the VCoP's objectives to its members' daily work, and the degree to which the VCoP is embedded in the organizational structure of an organization are the three structuring characteristics most likely to explain the success or failure of a VCoP at the launching stage. Disagreements were resolved through discussion and consensus. Another potential limitation of m-health could be that the delivery of interventions can be interrupted if the mobile phone is stolen or lost. Knowledge management has been described as ‘getting the right knowledge to the right people in the right place at the right time’. Knowledge dissemination, also known as the sharing and transferring of knowledge represent the exchange of information, expertise or knowledge between members within the firm (Bartol & Srivastava, 2002; Li, 2007). Table 2 Quality of included systematic reviews (AMSTAR). (3) What costs need consideration when companies make efforts to reap this benefits? Knowledge dissemination, as part of the knowledge exchange process, is particularly challenging in any project environment due to the temporary nature of projects. The methodological quality of included SRs was assessed independently by pairs of reviewers using A MeaSurement Tool to Assess systematic Reviews (AMSTAR) [16]. For example, interventions providing information or education could report outcomes related to behavior change or self-efficacy, and the primary intention could have been to increase knowledge. We also show that SRs that evaluated KT dissemination strategies aimed at healthcare recipients or caregivers were included. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak. Semantic repositories – RDF databases with inferencer and query answering engine – are set to become a cornerstone of the Semantic Web (and Linked Open Data) due to their ability to store and reason with the massive quantities of data involved. The article concludes by discussing its limitations and future research questions in the area of knowledge mapping. Further, few have been developed for patients or their caregivers, and there is more of a focus on implementation rather than dissemination. EC, JB and MO selected studies for inclusion. Google ScholarÂ. 2011;6(1):42. All authors read and approved the final manuscript. Comparative analysis of print and multimedia health materials: a review of the literature. to find several critical points on a curve, such that the curve con be approximately described by the straight lines connecting these points. Health Technol Assess. WHO. ATP 6-01.1 applies to knowledge management activities in Army headquarters from brigade through Army Seven of these 17 reviews were of high quality [7, 9, 12, 21, 35, 44, 49]. Evidence Report/Technology Assessment No. We included studies that involved healthcare recipients as the main focus, such as the general public, patients, caregivers, or patient groups. Copyright, All content in this area was uploaded by John Kingston on Sep 18, 2018. After extracting data from the included SRs, reviewers completed a matrix previously designed using the Health Systems Evidence taxonomy [13] for each of the six strategies down the left-hand side with the different outcome measures across the top. techniques, and procedures necessary to effectively integrate into the operations of knowledge management brigades and higher. : CD004538. Disagreements in scoring were resolved by discussion and consensus. Strategies categorized as having insufficient evidence. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2015;19(99):1–188. Thus, given that this overview was aimed at healthcare decision-makers, we chose to use the Health Systems Evidence taxonomy of Lavis and colleagues [13]. Chapman, E., Haby, M.M., Toma, T.S. It then describes four knowledge dissemination techniques and when they should be used, including real life examples … Of the 44 included SRs, ten included qualitative research among other study designs. J Med Internet Res. (2004), can be viewed as a MAP estimation procedure under an al. Available from: http://www.crd.york.ac.uk/PROSPERO/display_record.php?ID=CRD42018093245. Bekker HL, Winterbottom AE, Butow P, Dillard AJ, Feldman-Stewart D, Fowler FJ, et al. Finkelstein J, Knight A, Marinopoulos S, Gibbons MC, Berger Z, Aboumatar H, et al. More details are in Additional file 5, Table 1. Do personal stories make patient decision aids more effective? PubMed Google Scholar. To motivate people to change their white rice diet, creative packaging and segmentation of the sale were recommended.Conclusion Dissemination is a targeted and facilitated process of distributing information. 13(14)-E003-EF. et. Loudon K, Santesso N, Callaghan M, Thornton J, Harbour J, Graham K, et al. When designing KT strategies, not only the effectiveness of the strategy but also the characteristics of the interventions should be taken into account, such as the type of dissemination (electronic or not), frequency, intensity, and follow-up time. The benefits of strategies such as e-health and m-health, including telemedicine, should be considered for knowledge dissemination and to improve health behaviors—especially in populations with lack of access to traditional sources of healthcare, including in remote or rural areas. 2011;(11). KM Tools and Techniques. Explicit Knowledge Sharing and IT. The study used the organizational culture assessment instrument to determine the culture type and used structural equation modeling to assess the underlying relationships between knowledge management process and OC. It is important that organizations choose an appropriate approach for the disseminated knowledge and for the organization's structure, culture and business objectives. Instead, we found SRs with a mix of study designs that included qualitative research so the overall quality of these studies was evaluated with AMSTAR tool. See Table 4 and Additional file 7 for the effectiveness statements. On a personal level, the lack of skills for managing new technologies, privacy issues, lack of time, and deterioration of the doctor-patient relationship were also mentioned, especially when using social media or websites. However, prior to developing this knowledge dissemination strategy, a review The strategies reported in the included SRs could be directed to individuals or groups, in print or verbally, face to face, or remotely. 2013;15(4):e85. AHRQ Publication No. Med Decis Mak. Recent SRs have mentioned inequities such as lack of access to technology [42]. Copyright © 2008 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. augmentation. Michie S, van Stralen MM, West R. The behaviour change wheel: a new method for characterising and designing behaviour change interventions. No. BMC Med Res Methodol. In the other, while IT was used to provide a network to encourage sharing, there was also recognition of the importance of face-to-face interaction for sharing tacit knowledge. Developing and refining the methods for a ‘one-stop shop’ for research evidence about health systems. Disagreements regarding eligibility of studies were resolved by discussion, and a third reviewer (JB) consulted when necessary. Cite this article. Most of them were still unfamiliar with black rice. 2011. Achieving improvements in knowledge uptake or health behaviors is difficult and the literature of effectiveness for the different strategies in the clinical field has been presented using a range of frameworks, theories, or taxonomies. to organize the results, which includes six groups of strategies that are explained later [13]. Kingston, ... Additionally, Tsui and Fong (2012) recommended that KM should be adopted in the shared virtual space (e.g., the project workspace and SM tools), inferring that SM are a technological solution for KM (Table 6). 2016;16:442. The emphasis was on encouraging active networking among dispersed communities, rather than relying on IT networks. All files supporting the conclusions of this article are included within the article or in Additional files 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. : CD004565. For information technology interventions in general, barriers raised include health literacy, privacy and information quality concerns, access to technology, and information design [42]. discussed. The overview has two specific research questions: (1) to determine the most effective strategies that have been used to disseminate knowledge to healthcare recipients, and (2) to determine the barriers (and facilitators) to dissemination of knowledge to this group. J Med Internet Res. SRs of low quality were excluded. The reasons for exclusion of the 47 papers at full text stage are shown in Additional file 3. Modern information and telecommunication technology is available to support such exchanges across time and distance barriers. Using qualitative evidence in decision making for health and social interventions: an approach to assess confidence in findings from qualitative evidence syntheses (GRADE-CERQual). Further efforts are important to manage a program to increase brown and black rice consumption. Tools for Disseminating Workplace Information. For the purpose of this overview, we have focused on dissemination strategies aimed at healthcare users and their caregivers in order to improve health and wellbeing. 2009. Strengths of our overview were that only reviews of medium or high quality were included, as well as our focus on strategies that translated health information to patients and caregivers through different strategies and types of dissemination. information dissemination before moving on to a community’s information needs. : CD006777. Evidence Report/Technology Assessment No. In relation to satisfaction, we also found some evidence for improvement in patient satisfaction for interventions through multimedia before consultations designed to help patients with their information needs [35]. This was to ensure a more general approach to strategies for dissemination of knowledge to healthcare recipients. 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