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Researching Perceived Barriers and Facilitators to Implementation

A Coded Review of Studies

Published In: T. Thorsen and M. Makela Eds. Changing Professional Practice: Theory and Practice of Clinical Guidelines Implementation (Copenhagen, DK: Danish Institute For Health Services Research and Development, 1999), DSI Rapport 99.05, Chapter 9, p. 169-190

Posted on on January 01, 1999

by H. C. Pagliari, James P. Kahan

Aims of the chapter: - To provide a bibliographic review of research on perceived or attitudinal barriers and facilitators to implementation. - To identify studies which have used structured instruments to investigate these variables. - To categorise the studies listed in the bibliography in such a way as to facilitate the identification of appropriate instrument for future projects.

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