hcq volume 21, issue SP, P56-60 2018 DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2018.25637 View full text
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Gary Teare, Malori Keller, Dale Hall

Abstract: Improving health and health services requires both better knowledge (a key function of research) and better action to adapt and use what is already known (quality improvement). However, organizational and cultural divides between academic research institutions and health system organizations too often result in missed opportunities to integrate research and improvement. The Saskatchewan Health Quality Council's experience and relationships, from linking research, quality improvement and patient engagement in i…

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