Publishing your findings guide
The government has funded CLAHRCs to find ways to close the gap between evidence and practice, and to disseminate what we have learned. The CLAHRC is keen to support its' teams to disseminate findings from their work. In particular we think it is important for teams to publish about their quality improvement experiences in peer-reviewed journals to share their learning and contribute to this growing academic field.
You know from your project work how complex it can be to implement evidence-based care. By writing about your experiences and using the data generated from quality improvement methods, you will enable teams in other settings to understand the barriers you faced and learn from the strategies you used to overcome them. This type of publication will diffuse learning and ensure that more patients benefit from evidence-based care.
This guide aims to raise awareness of publishing opportunities and the type of help available from CLAHRC to achieve this.
Examples of publications by your colleagues (coming soon)