Multicomponent Dissemination Strategies Better at Encouraging Use of Health-Related Evidence
When determining how to best communicate and disseminate research, including uncertain evidence, to inform health care decisions, multicomponent dissemination strategies that address a combination of reach, ability, or motivation appear to be more effective than a single strategy in changing clinicians’ behaviors, according to a new research review by AHRQ’s Effective Health Care Program. However, there is insufficient evidence to determine the comparative effectiveness of various dissemination strategies. The research review, “Communication and Dissemination Strategies To Facilitate the Use of Health-Related Evidence,” found that clear communication and active dissemination of evidence to all relevant audiences in easy-to-understand formats are critical to increase awareness, consideration, adoption, and use of health-related evidence.
Communication and Dissemination Strategies To Facilitate the Use of Health-Related Evidence
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