Stakeholder Engagement to Identify Priorities for Improving the Quality and Value of Critical Care.

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Summary of "Stakeholder Engagement to Identify Priorities for Improving the Quality and Value of Critical Care."

Large amounts of scientific evidence are generated, but not implemented into patient care (the 'knowledge-to-care' gap). We identified and prioritized knowledge-to-care gaps in critical care as opportunities to improve the quality and value of healthcare.


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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0140141


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