Knowledge Transfer in a Multidisciplinary Health Care Arena: Positions and Plots

Carmen W.H. Chan (Editor)
The Nethersole School of Nursing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Series: Public Health in the 21st Century
BISAC: HEA028000

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This book is a collection of latest works that show the unique roles and positions of different health care professionals on the arena of health care knowledge transfer. Although the transfer of knowledge-based evidence into practice and service has long been advocated, the gap between the conduct of research and the application of research findings remains a concern. This book describes innovative knowledge transfer projects in real life situations, ranging from health care education, health promotion, disease prevention and control to end-of-life care. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

About the contributors

Chapter 1. Knowledge transfer in health care: an overview
(Chi Kwok Chan)

Chapter 2. Healthcare project on lower urinary tract dysfunction (LUTS): the implementation of a shared care model in knowledge transfer
(Chi Kwok Chan, Sidney KH Yip)

Chapter 3. From knowledge to practice: Sustaining community engagement in secondary stroke prevention
(Janet WH Sit, Phyllis WP Chau, Frankie SC Chou, Judy SH Lee)

Chapter 4. Promoting End-of-Life Care and Advance Directives in Hong Kong: a Knowledge Transfer Project for the Community and Clinicians
(Carmen WH Chan, Michael MK Sham, Raymond SK LO, Sek Ying Chair, Helen YL Chan, David CY Lai, Ying Yu Chui)
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Chapter 5. Challenges of knowledge transfer in clinical settings
(Dorothy NS Chan, Winnie PY Tang, Winnie KW So, Daniel YT Fong)

Chapter 6. Understanding audiences: an analysis of barriers to the promotion of cervical screening among women in China
(Can GU, Carmen WH Chan, Winnie KW So)

Chapter 7. A New Era for Knowledge Transfer – Drug Information
(Vivian WY Lee)

Chapter 8. The use of guided reflection for clinical learning in post-graduate mental health nursing students: insight into knowledge transfer
(Wai Tong Chien)

Chapter 9. Knowledge Transfer on Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Management
(Sek Ying Chair)

Chapter 10. How to transfer knowledge to the community on promoting cardiovascular health?
(Sek Ying Chair)

Chapter 11. A happy ending with HOPE: a knowledge transfer empowerment project on advance care planning (ACP)
(Carmen WH Chan)

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