Knowledge Exchange (KE) to Underpin Implementation
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An implementation agenda is best supported by a widespread culture of knowledge exchange (KE). A KE culture: - Views research as a resource rather than a product - Values real world knowledge as well as research knowledge - Understands co-construction of knowledge - Acknowledges complexity and politics of the cross-system landscape - Generates essential face-to-face and network opportunities - Fosters trust and collaborations beyond academic circles. KE requires a different mindset and skill set beyond research competencies. KE is not a specific learning objective frequently offered by higher degree institutions. This study aimed to examine KE strategies in primary health care research.