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Most KT Theories Are Rarely Used - A Scoping Review Summary
Theories, Frameworks and Models have an important place in the field of KT and help us to systematically plan our efforts, identify potential barriers and facilitators, and improve the likelihood of successful implementation, sustainability and scale up. This blog post provides a summary of the scoping review conducted by Lisa Strifler et al which found that although there are a number of different theory, framework and models cited in the KT literature, they are not consistently used.
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