Roman Kislov
Roman Kislov
Professor of Health Policy and Management; Director of Centre for Decent Work and Productivity
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The evolution of the communities of practice approach: Toward knowledgeability in a landscape of practice—An interview with Etienne Wenger-Trayner
O Omidvar, R Kislov
Journal of Management Inquiry 23 (3), 266-275, 2014
Rethinking capacity building for knowledge mobilisation: developing multilevel capabilities in healthcare organisations
R Kislov, H Waterman, G Harvey, R Boaden
Implement Sci 9, 166, 2014
Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care: lessons from the theory of communities of practice
R Kislov, G Harvey, K Walshe
Implement Sci 6 (64), 5908-6, 2011
The NIHR collaboration for leadership in applied health research and care (CLAHRC) for Greater Manchester: combining empirical, theoretical and experiential evidence to design …
G Harvey, L Fitzgerald, S Fielden, A McBride, H Waterman, D Bamford, ...
Implement Sci 6 (96), 5908-6, 2011
The ‘dark side’ of knowledge brokering
R Kislov, P Wilson, R Boaden
Journal of health services research & policy 22 (2), 107-112, 2017
Harnessing the power of theorising in implementation science
R Kislov, C Pope, GP Martin, PM Wilson
Implementation Science 14 (1), 103, 2019
Managing boundaries in primary care service improvement: A developmental approach to communities of practice
R Kislov, K Walshe, G Harvey
Implement Sci 7 (1), 97, 2012
Boundary discontinuity in a constellation of interconnected practices
R Kislov
Public Administration 92 (2), 307-323, 2014
Professionals as knowledge brokers: the limits of authority in healthcare collaboration
R Kislov, D Hodgson, R Boaden
Public Administration 94 (2), 472-489, 2016
Learning from the emergence of NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs): a systematic review of evaluations
R Kislov, PM Wilson, S Knowles, R Boaden
Implementation Science 13 (1), 111, 2018
New Game, Old Rules? Mechanisms and Consequences of Legitimation in Boundary Spanning Activities
R Kislov, P Hyde, R McDonald
Organization Studies 38 (10), 1421-1444, 2017
Mobilising evidence to improve nursing practice: A qualitative study of leadership roles and processes in four countries
G Harvey, W Gifford, G Cummings, J Kelly, R Kislov, A Kitson, ...
International Journal of Nursing Studies 90, 21-30, 2019
Engaging with theory: from theoretically informed to theoretically informative improvement research
R Kislov
BMJ Quality & Safety 28 (3), 177-179, 2019
How do managerial techniques evolve over time? The distortion of “facilitation” in healthcare service improvement
R Kislov, J Humphreys, G Harvey
Public Management Review 19 (8), 1165-1183, 2017
A qualitative study of a primary-care based intervention to improve the management of patients with heart failure: the dynamic relationship between facilitation and context
S Tierney, R Kislov, C Deaton
BMC family practice 15 (1), 153, 2014
Selective permeability of boundaries in a knowledge brokering team
R Kislov
Public Administration 96 (4), 817-836, 2018
From Research Evidence to “Evidence by Proxy”? Organizational Enactment of Evidence‐Based Health Care in Four High‐Income Countries
R Kislov, P Wilson, G Cummings, A Ehrenberg, W Gifford, J Kelly, A Kitson, ...
Public Administration Review, 2019
How nursing leaders promote evidence‐based practice implementation at point‐of‐care: A four‐country exploratory study
AL Kitson, G Harvey, W Gifford, SC Hunter, J Kelly, GG Cummings, ...
Journal of Advanced Nursing 77 (5), 2447-2457, 2021
Work redesign and health promotion in healthcare organisations: a review of the literature
R Kislov, A Nelson, C de Normanville, PM Kelly, K Payne
Hallam University: Sheffield, 2012
Academic Health Science Centres as Vehicles for Knowledge Mobilisation in Australia? A Qualitative Study
A Edelman, R Clay-Williams, M Fischer, R Kislov, A Kitson, I McLoughlin, ...
International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 2020
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