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Getting Research Findings into Practice. 2nd Ed.
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    eLetter from Editor
    Bravo Alison on an extremely informative Book Review. It is further evidence of how far we have to go. Not only is there little mention of injury prevention as an example of the translation process... getting research findings into practice... but the authors also take an unwarranted position on legislation.. one that is not backed up by solid evidence. Their neglect of injury p...

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