in 1997 .
Written in English
Thesis (D.D.P.H.)--University of Toronto, 1997.
|Statement||David Karl George Jutai.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 142 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||142|
Focus groups with key informants in Canadian dentistry and dental hygiene were conducted. A deductive approach used Rogers’s diffusion of innovation theory as a framework for organizing codes and subcodes. Two members of the research team independently reviewed and analyzed the data using NVivo Cited by: 8. Blackburn, H  Millennials and the adoption of new technologies in libraries through the diffusion of innovations process. Library Hi Tech, 29 (4), – Crossref, ISI, Google Scholar; Bourke, J and S Roper  In with the new: The determinants of prescribing innovation by general practitioners in by: 6. The diffusion of a medical innovation: is success in the stars? Diffusion of innovations theory for alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. Commentary on "moving research knowledge into dental hygiene practice". Bringing lead-user innovations to the market: research and management implications. diffusion of hybrid seed corn study in Iowa, the classic diffusion of innovations paradigm, and its accompanying practice, is fundamentally premised on the following tenets (Coleman, Katz, &.
PDF hosted at the Radboud Repository of the Radboud University Nijmegen they tend to disseminate slowly. Diffusion of innovations is a major challenge in health care, including dental care, and this thesis describes an general dental practitioners with an excellent tool for continuing education. Further. Rogers’ Innovation Diffusion Theory is one of the most popular theories for studying adoption of information technologies (IT) and understanding how IT innovations spread within and between communities [33,34]. According to this theory, innovation is an idea, process, or a technology that is perceived as new or unfamiliar to individuals Cited by: Diffusion of Innovation (DOI) Theory, developed by E.M. Rogers in , is one of the oldest social science theories. It originated in communication to explain how, over time, an idea or product gains momentum and diffuses (or spreads) through a specific population or social system. Conceptually informed by Rogers' Diffusion of Innovation theory, and Theory of Planned Behaviour, this study had two objectives: (1) to determine if specific attributes of the HHK as well as contextual and situational factors are associated with physicians' intention and actual usage of the HHK kit; and (2), to determine if any contextual and situational factors are .
The Innovation Network The Innovation Network is a concept that brings together the activities of international and Canadian networks working on public sector innovation. The most recent work of these networks has centred around: • creation of presentations and a half-day workshop on public service innovation. The objective of this study was to explore factors affecting decisions to adopt new technologies into dental practice using a colorimetric rinse test for detection of periodontal disease as a model. Four years after the development of the DDS, we sought to understand its diffusion, implementation, and adoption among US dental academic clinics. Methods Instrument development. We developed a dental school survey to assess the diffusion, implementation, and adoption of the DDS terminology (Appendix, available online at the end of this article Cited by: 7. This article summarizes the findings of a systematic literature review of the diffusion of service innovations. The United Kingdom Department of Health explicitly commissioned this work, which was carried out between October and December , for its National Health Service's extensive modernization agenda (UK Department of Health ).Our review, which Cited by: