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This presentation highlights the dimensions that organizational studies scholarship would highlight as being critical to furthering knowledge translation research. Attention is drawn to a number of dimensions of organizational complexity: knowledge translation as a processual phenomena, the contestability of knowledge, the existence and influence of multiple actors in healthcare contacts, the influence of professional and cognitive boundaries and the active role of context. It is argued that inclusion of such dimensions may enhance the impact of Estabrooks’ work.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Nursing Research

Publisher

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Publication Date

07/2007

Volume

56

Pages

S72 - S77

Keywords

context; knowledge translation; process