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The evidence base regarding treatment for back pain does not align with clinical practice. Currently there is relatively little evidence to guide health decision-makers on how to improve the use, uptake or adoption of evidence-based recommended practice for low back pain. Improving the design, conduct and reporting of strategies to improve the implementation of back pain care will help address this important evidence-practice gap. In this paper, we.

Original publication




Journal article


Best pract res clin rheumatol

Publication Date





1050 - 1073


Back pain, Clinical practice, Implementation science, Translational medicine, Back Pain, Decision Making, Humans, Low Back Pain, Translational Medical Research