A call for theory-informed approaches to knowledge translation studies: an example of chemotherapy for bladder cancer

  • M. Walker Queen's University
  • S.D. French Queen's University
  • D. Feldman-Stewart Queen's University
  • D.R. Siemens Queen's University
  • W.J. Mackillop Queen's University
  • C.M. Booth Queen's University
Keywords: medical oncology, urology, bladder cancer, knowledge translation, interventions

Abstract

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Author Biographies

M. Walker, Queen's University

Postdoctoral Fellow

Division of Cancer Care and Epidemiology

 

S.D. French, Queen's University

Associate Professor

School of Rehabilitation Therapy

D. Feldman-Stewart, Queen's University

Division of Cancer Care and Epidemiology

D.R. Siemens, Queen's University

Associate Professor

Department of Urology

W.J. Mackillop, Queen's University

Clinician Scientist

Division of Cancer Care and Epidemiology

Departments of Oncology and Public Health Sciences

C.M. Booth, Queen's University

Canada Research Chair in Population Cancer Care

Associate Professor of Oncology and Public Health Sciences

Division of Cancer Care and Epidemiology

Published
2015-03-18
How to Cite
Walker, M., French, S., Feldman-Stewart, D., Siemens, D., Mackillop, W., & Booth, C. (2015). A call for theory-informed approaches to knowledge translation studies: an example of chemotherapy for bladder cancer. Current Oncology, 22(3), 178-181. https://doi.org/10.3747/co.22.2277
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