Survey: Implementation, Improvement, Knowledge Mobilisation – what’s the difference?

Posting on behalf of Birmingham City University

Over the last two years Fiona and I have been striving to answer the question posed above.  We have done two types of literature review and have met with people who identify as being involved in one or more of the above to get their insights.  The last part of this work, to finalise our understanding, is a survey. The survey is for anyone who spends any of their time supporting evidence based practice (whether in clinical practice or as part of academic study).

We are emailing to ask you –

  1. To complete our survey.  The link is here: https://bcu.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/knowledge-to-care-survey-2 Completion is anonymous and the survey is mostly “tick box” and takes about 10 minutes
  2. Forward this email to anyone you think might be interested in responding to our survey.

There are no right or wrong answers to questions in the survey. We want to know what you think about the differences from your unique perspective.

If you would like to know more about the work – send us an email and we will keep you informed of our progress.

Thank you for your ongoing help.

Judith and Fiona

Professor Judith Dyson

Professor in Implementation Science

Deputy Director Centre for Social Care and Health Related Research

Faculty of Health Education and Life Sciences

Birmingham City University

Judith Dyson <Judith.Dyson@bcu.ac.uk>