Web-Based Knowledge Transfer (KT) Strategies and Technology Issues: The Case of a Cooperative Oncology Project

While the scientific community has fully embraced new information and communication technologies, health facilities have everything to gain in following suit. However this does not happen without difficulty, although many access barriers continue to exist in institutions. A collaborative partnership research project research project of the Nursing network, a partner in care/Le Réseau infirmier un partenaire de soins (NNPIC/RIUPS) of the Université de Montréal, Developing a clinical innovation in oncology: For a better continuum of care and services for cancer patients, has clearly highlighted this difficulty. The purpose of this paper is to provide a brief illustration of the potential of using a web-based knowledge transfer strategy as part of a cooperative project as well as one of its key challenges arising from access barriers in institutions.


Marie-Josee Levert

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