Knowledge Translation and Exchange in Children's Mental Health in Rural Communities
K.M. Boydell, E. Stasiulis, M. Barwick, R.W. Pong, and N. Greenberg
This study examined the uptake and utilization of research findings and information on children's mental health by health care practitioners, decision-makers and consumers in rural Ontario. To this end the study seeked to identify research utilization practices of key stakeholders in children's mental health in several rural communities in northern and southern Ontario and to assess community readiness for adopting various knowledge translation strategies. This study was a collaborative effort involving researchers at the Hospital for Sick Children and CRaNHR.
(funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research)
[Brochure summarizing the results of the study]
(Names in bold denote CRaNHR investigators and research staff)