Changes in digital technology have provided considerable opportunities to deliver research evidence to public health policy makers and practitioners. This review is the first to look at digital technology-enabled knowledge translation (TEKT) interventions in a public health setting. The authors found that digital TEKT interventions improve the knowledge of public health professionals but the effects on other outcomes were less clear.
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Brown A, Barnes C, Byaruhanga J, McLaughlin M, Hodder RK, Booth D, Nathan N, Sutherland R, WolfendenL. Effectiveness of Technology-Enabled Knowledge Translation Strategies in Improving the Use of Research in Public Health: Systematic Review. Journal of medical Internet research. 2020;22(7):e17274. https://www.jmir.org/2020/7/e17274/