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Peter W Richardson

This interpretation of the 'knowing-doing' gap seems to support the outdated linear model of knowledge translation which has been widely criticised on the basis of its unfounded assumption that the only thing people need in order to change their behaviour is access to "better" information

Bill Gardner

Thanks for commenting. But which interpretation are you referring to when you write "this interpretation"?

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