This case examines methods to incorporate the best evidence into clinical practice. In particular, it considers the question of knowledge translation from the perspective of implementation of evidence-based treatment of hip and knee path in Alberta, Canada. A second problem would be the merging of different stakeholders with different incentives for large-scale health change to implement.

This case examines methods to incorporate the best evidence into clinical practice. In particular, it considers the question of knowledge translation from the perspective of implementation of evidence-based treatment of hip and knee path in Alberta, Canada. A second problem would be the merging of different stakeholders with different incentives for large-scale health change to implement.
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Michael Rouse,
Aish Sundaram
Source: Ivey Publishing
16 pages.
Release Date: 17 May 2012. Prod #: W12025-PDF-ENG
Alberta Hip and Knee Replacement Pilot Project: Changing the Provincial model of hip and knee care HBR case solution

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