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It might work in Oklahoma but will it work in Oakhampton? Context and implementation in the effectiveness literature on domestic smoke detectors

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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>1/06/2005
<mark>Journal</mark>Injury Prevention
Issue number3
Number of pages4
Pages (from-to)148-151
Publication StatusPublished
<mark>Original language</mark>English


Objective: To explore data on factors affecting implementation processes in papers contributing to a Cochrane systematic review (SR) of smoke alarm interventions, supplemented by further papers not included in the review. Design: Screening for data on implementation on the basis of: (1) primary studies included in a Cochrane SR, (2) further papers relating to these and similar studies, and (3) approaches to authors of these and other relevant studies and reports. Results: Relatively few data were found to help people seeking to implement smoke alarm promotion interventions. Conclusions: For practitioners and policymakers to be able to build on research evidence, researchers and journal editors need to ensure that sufficient data are published, or are otherwise available to interested parties to move from understanding the evidence to using it.