Date: August 27, 2007 Time: (All day)
Event Type: Lecture
This talk focuses on the evolution of information resources for evidence-based health care and an agenda for the type 2 knowledge translation research needed to complete the bridge between research evidence and health care.
Dr. Haynes' current research interests are in knowledge translation research and medical informatics, concentrating on ways to improve medical care through improving the dissemination and application of validated medical care knowledge. Of particular interest are studies of the nature of information problems that afflict practitioners, patients, the public, and policy makers, and trials of potential solutions from information technology.