Articles / Publications

Alzheimer Society of Canada (2010) Rising tide: The impact of dementia on Canadian Society – Summary

Arcand M. & Caron C. (2005). Les soins de confort en fin de vie dans la maladie d’Alzheimer et les autres maladies dégénératives du cerveau: un guide pour les proches (Comfort care at the end of life for persons with Alzheimer’s disease or other degenerative diseases of the brain). Centre de santé et de services sociaux – Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Sherbrooke.  Booklet downloadable in English & French

Canadian Dementia Resource and Knowledge Exchange (CDRAKE) – Document collaboration

Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR). About knowledge translation

Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR). Guide to knowledge translation at the CIHR: End of grant and integrated approaches

Davis et al.,(1999).  Impact of formal continuing medical education: Do conferences, workshops, rounds, and other traditional activities change physician behavior or health care outcomes? The Journal of the American Medical Association, 282(9): 867-874.

Draper B., Low L., Withall A., Vickland V., Ward. T (2009). Translating dementia research into practice. International Psychogeriatrics, 21 (Supplement 1): S72-S80.

Graham I., Logan J, Harrison M. Straus S., Tetroe J., Caswell W., Robinson N. (2006). Lost in knowledge translation: Time for a map? Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 26(1):13-24.

Grimshaw et al.,(2004).  Effectiveness and efficiency of guideline dissemination and implementation strategies. Health Technology Assessment, 8(6).

Hall S., Petkova H., Tsouros A.D. et al. (eds.) (2011). Palliative care for older people: Better practices. Copenhagen, Denmark: World Health Organization.

Harvey G., Loftus-Hills A., Rycroft-Malone J., et al. (2002). Getting evidence into practice: The role and function of facilitation. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 37(6):577-588.

Hatherly C. (2010).  Translating knowledge into practice: The national quality dementia care initiative43rd National Conference of the Australian Association of Gerontology, 17-19 November, Hobart.

Harris M. & Lusk E.(2010a) Knowledge brokering in the Canadian mental health and dementia health care system: Info sheet. Canadian Dementia Knowledge Translation Network (CDKTN).

Harris M & Lusk E. (2010b). Knowledge brokering in the Canadian mental health and dementia health care system: Canadian knowledge brokering core competency framework. Canadian Dementia Knowledge Translation Network (CDKTN).

Health Research Council of New Zealand (2006). Implementing research: A guideline for health researchers

Hewlett S. et al., (2006). Patients and professionals as research partners: Challenges, practicalities, and benefits. Arthritis& Rheumatism, 55(4), 676-680.

Illes J., Chahal N., Beattie, B.L. (2011). A landscape for training in dementia knowledge translation (DKT). Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 32(3): 260-272.

Kehoe, S. (2012). CDKTN: Linking knowledge to users.  Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, 14-19 July, Vancouver. Accessible from:

Kitson A., Harvey G., McCormack B. (1998). Enabling the implementation of evidence based practice: A conceptual framework. Quality in Health Care, 7(3):149-158.

Lavis J. et al. ,(2003).  How can research organizations more effectively transfer research knowledge to decision makers? Milbank Q, 81(2): 221-248, 171-172.

Lipton A., Marshall C. (2013). The Common Sense Guide to Dementia for Clinicians and Caregivers. New York: Springer.

Liu-Ambrose T.  et al., (2011). Resistance training and functional plasticity of the aging brain: a 12 month randomized controlled trial. Neurobiology of Aging, Jul 6 (epub)

Liu-Ambrose T.  et al., (2010).   Resistance training and executive functions.  Archives of Internal Medicine, 170(2): 170-178.

Liu-Ambrose T.  et al., (2004). Resistance and agility training reduce fall risk in women aged 75 to 85 with low bone mass: A 6 month randomized controlled trial. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 52(5): 657-665.

Lusk E. & Harris M. (2010a). Knowledge brokering in the Canadian mental health and dementia health care system: Literature review. Canadian Dementia Knowledge Translation Network (CDKTN).

Lusk E. & Harris M. (2010b). Knowledge transfer and exchange (KTE) in action. Presentation companion document for the SHRTN Collaborative 2010 Annual Assembly Knowledge Exchange Learning Day, Toronto, Canada. 29 April 2010.

Madden M. (2010). Older adults and social media. Pew Research Center.

McKibbon K., Lokker C., Wilczynski N., et al. (2010). A cross-sectional study of the number and frequency of terms used to refer to knowledge translation in a body of health literature in 2006: A tower of babel? Implementation Science, 5:16.

Moorhouse P., Hamilton L., Fisher T., Rockwood K. (2011). Barriers to assessing fitness to drive in dementia in Nova Scotia: Informing strategies for knowledge translation. Canadian Geriatrics Journal, 14(3): 61-65.

National Centre for the Dissemination of Disability Research. Knowledge translation.

Rockwood K. (2008). Making dementia care better.  The CCCDTD3 and the challenge of knowledge translation. Canadian Review of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias, 11(2): 3.

Straus S., Tetroe J., Graham I. (2009).  Defining knowledge translation. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 181:3-4.

Straus S., Tetroe J., Graham I. (2009). Knowledge translation in health care: Moving from evidence to practice. UK: Blackwell Publishing.

Tetroe J. & Jurkovic L. (2009).  Knowledgetranslation@CIHR – Knowledge mobilization and proposal writing: A researcher’s guide, Queen’s University.

Zickuhr K. & M. Madden (2012). Older adults and internet use. Pew Research Center.

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