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Table 4 Clarifying the “what” and “who” for your knowledge translation (KT) project with an intersectional lens [26]

From: Applying an intersectionality lens to the theoretical domains framework: a tool for thinking about how intersecting social identities and structures of power influence behaviour

Questions to askMobilization of Vulnerable Elders (MOVE) case exampleYour KT Project
What is the current practice?Patients’ mobility is not assessed
upon admission or within 24
hours of admission. Mobility may
be assessed at a later point for
specific clinical cases.
What is the behaviour you want to change?Assessing mobility within 24
hours of a patient’s admission.
How will the current practice be changed:
• Stopped
• Replaced
• Modified
• Added to
The current practice will be modified. 
Who is changing their behaviour?aNurses 
What are key intersecting categories as identified by those expected to change their behaviour?
Note that the number of intersecting categories to consider will depend on the project.
For more information on exploring intersecting categories, please visit the Intersectionality Guide [26].
  1. aThere can be many “whos” (e.g., nurses, doctors, administrators, patients). Complete a table for each group that will be making a behaviour change