Critical examination of knowledge to action models and implications for promoting health equity

Knowledge and effective interventions exist to address many current global health inequities. However, there is limited awareness, uptake, and use of knowledge to inform action to improve the health of disadvantaged populations. The gap between knowledge and action to improve health equity is of concern to health researchers and practitioners. This study identifies and critically examines the usefulness of existing knowledge to action models or frameworks for promoting health equity.

Author: Colleen M. Davison, Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh and Connie Clement

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Health systems and services, primary health care, integrated systems, prevention services, health workforce

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