World Health Organization and knowledge translation in maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health and nutrition (4)

24 June, 2022

Hi Chris,

Thank you for sharing, I believe it will be helpful for countries to discuss knowledge translation (KT) in relation to their specific health needs. My thinking is that health professionals should include KT in their country health plans especially if they can appreciate the benefits and uses of KT in improving health care delivery and health outcomes.

Dr. Linda A. Vanotoo

(BSc, MD, MTropPaed, FGCP, EMBA, PhD)

CEO - Sound Health/ PROMISE Initiative Ghana

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HIFA profile: Linda Amarkai Vanotoo is Regional Director of Health Service, Ghana Health Service, Ghana. Professional interests include: reduction of perinatal morbidity and mortality; reduction of maternal morbidity and mortality; training of health staff in care of the newborn; involving community to improve survival of women and children; research on newborns and children; data management (analysis and use for improvement in service delivery); Health system improvement. lavanotoo AT