Tari Turner's research while affiliated with Monash University (Australia) and other places

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Background Guideline developers are encouraged to engage patients, carers and their representatives (‘consumers’) from diverse backgrounds in guideline development to produce more widely applicable guidelines. However, consumers from diverse backgrounds are infrequently included in guidelines and there is scant research to support guideline develop...
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Background Implementation of evidence-based care remains a key challenge in clinical practice. Determining “what” to implement can guide implementation efforts. This paper describes a process developed to identify priority recommendations from clinical guidelines for implementation, incorporating the perspectives of both consumers and health profes...

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... A framework to identify the most important recommendations on which to focus implementation efforts has been proposed. [35] Other guidelines have also demonstrated the feasibility of the living model. [ 26 , 36 , 37 ] In Australia, five living guidelines (stroke, COVID-19, diabetes, inflammatory arthritis, kidney health) have been developed, or are in development. ...