The term ‘mindlines’ has become common currency in the world of research implementation and evidence-based practice. This book updates, develops and applies the mindlines model more widely. It sheds light on how we can realistically mobilise and transform research-based evidence into practice in context.
This illuminating book shows how the mindlines model can be put to work. It highlights how practitioners collectively share and internalise implicit, flexible ways of rapidly handling complex clinical situations. Drawing on research and reflective studies from practice, education, and guidelines-development across a wide range of international health and care settings, the authors unpack the general components of mindlines. They find practical ways to uncover, bring together and apply specific mindlines to improve practice; and to develop evidence-based healthcare policy, practice and education in ways that capitalise on the crucial role of mindlines. Closely edited by the originators of the mindlines model, this book brings together the work of a cohesive group of researchers and practitioners to showcase and develop its theory and consequences.
It is an essential read for all those interested in knowledge mobilisation, evidence-based practice, and research implementation both within healthcare and beyond.
- Publisher: Taylor and Francis; December 30, 2022
- Language: English
- ISBN: 9780367746162
- ISBN: 9781000819533