Exploring the safety of knowledge transfer from University hospital to "real-life" Doctor-patient treatment environs

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Authors: Thompson, S.

Start date: 2 December 2009

Publisher: Springer Verlag

Place of Publication: Berlin

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Authors: Thompson, S.B.N.

Journal: Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies

Volume: 5

Pages: 287-292

eISSN: 2190-3026

ISBN: 9783642145933

ISSN: 2190-3018

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-14594-0_29

Knowledge transfer (KT) is widespread across most university interfaces particularly between university and industry and increasingly with hospitals and other medical/patient environs. As KT becomes more varied and diverse, safety implications become more abundant and more diverse. There is a responsibility and an increasing importance for examining the qualifications and experience of the end-user and the extent of possible misuse or dangers of the commercial product. The question over whether a product successfully transfers from academia to industry or "real-life" application is no longer key; rather, whether or not essential knowledge successfully transfers with the product. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010.

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Authors: Thompson, S.B.N.

Journal: INNOVATION THROUGH KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER

Volume: 5

Pages: 287-292

ISBN: 978-3-642-14593-3

ISSN: 2190-3018

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