hcq volume 19, issue 2, P55-59 2016 DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2016.24700 View full text
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Martin Fortin, Martine Couture, Tarek Bouhali, Esther Leclerc, Moira Stewart

Abstract: An integrated knowledge translation strategy is a key factor in fostering the implementation of practice changes. Building on a 15-year history of projects that include close collaboration between researchers and decision-makers in the Saguenay region of Quebec (Canada), the authors identify several key elements that resulted in practice changes in primary care and improved outcomes for patients with multimorbidity.