Resultados: 43

    Use of health systems and policy research evidence in the health policymaking in eastern Mediterranean countries: views and practices of researchers

    Limited research exists on researchers' knowledge transfer and exchange (KTE) in the eastern Mediterranean region (EMR). This multi-country study explores researchers' views and experiences regarding the role of health systems and policy research evidence in health policymaking in the EMR, including the ...

    Evidence brief: enhancing patient transitions from treatment in regional cancer centres to survivorship in the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant community

    Cancer can be seen as a chronic disease that requires long-term efforts to address the late effects of treatment and to maximize the health outcomes of survivors. Clinicians, experts and healthcare system leaders in the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant region of Ontario, much like those working in other ...

    How can knowledge brokering be advanced in a country's health system?

    There is a general lack of attention given to ‘what to do next’ to advance knowledge brokering in many European countries’ health systems. Four sets of interrelated issues can contribute to this problem within any given country’s health system....

    Issue brief: addressing housing challenges faced by people with HIV in Ontario

    About 26,630 Ontarians are living with HIV and about 1,000 more are newly diagnosed each year.(1) Of those who are newly diagnosed, over 50% are gay men, about a quarter are members of the African and Caribbean community, and about 8% are injection drug users....

    Optimizing clinical practice in Ontario based on data, evidence and guidelines

    Optimizing clinical practice based on data, evidence and guidelines is a challenge faced in every health system around the world. The way the challenge manifests itself at the level of the patient has been remarkably consistent over time: tough decisions made at the intersection of clinical expertise, pa...

    Evidence brief: supporting rapid learning and improvement across Ontario's health system

    Ontario has both a health system and a research system that are increasingly aiming to support rapid learning and improvement. Yet, Ontario's health system still faces complex challenges, such as reducing emergency-room wait times, ending hallway medicine, improving support for people with mental health ...

    Issue brief: addressing the integration of nurse practitioners in primary healthcare settings in Canada

    Nurse practitioners are ‘registered nurses with additional educational preparation and experience who possess and demonstrate the competencies to autonomously diagnose, order and interpret diagnostic tests, prescribe pharmaceuticals and perform specific procedures within their legislated scope of pract...

    Learning from one another: enriching interactive knowledge-sharing mechanisms to support knowledge brokering in European health systems

    Policy-makers, stakeholders and knowledge brokers (including researchers) all have a great deal they can learn from one another. Policy-makers need access to good-quality health systems information that they can apply to a local issue. Stakeholders may seek to influence health policy as well as make deci...

    Matching form to function: designing organizational models to support knowledge brokering in European health systems

    Most existing organizational models for knowledge brokering comprise a set of design features that reflect an evolving effort, typically by researchers and research organizations, to balance a variety of competing objectives such as independence and relevance. These design features are rarely selected to...

    Policy brief 16: how can knowledge brokering be better supported across European health systems?

    While there is a considerable body of health systems information being generated, it is often not being used as a key input in the policy-making process. The BRIDGE systematic review highlights several examples of health systems information: not being used at all, being only partially used, being used to...