Thrombolysis ImPlementation in Stroke (TIPS): evaluating the effectiveness of a strategy to increase the adoption of best evidence practice - protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial in acute stroke care

Christine L. Paul*, Christopher R. Levi, Catherine A. D'Este, Mark W. Parsons, Christopher F. Bladin, Richard I. Lindley, John R. Attia, Frans Henskens, Erin Lalor, Mark Longworth, Sandy Middleton, Annika Ryan, Erin Kerr, Robert W. Sanson-Fisher, Craig Anderson, Ian Bruce, Heather Buchan, Camelia Burdusel, Ernest Butler, Greg CadiganZoe Campbell, Tim Coles, Alistair Corbett, Susan Day, Sonia Denisenko, Jenny Dennett, Helen Dewey, Geoffrey Donnan, Michelle Doughty, Malcolm Evans, Frances Gearon, Richard Geraghty, Richard Gerraty, Sumitha Gounden, Alice Grady, Rohan Grimley, Jeremy Grimshaw, Graeme J. Hankey, Kelvin Hill, Kim Hoffman, Sue Huckson, James Hughes, Amanda Jayakody, Bronwyn Jenkins, Martin Jude, Malcolm Kanard, Matthew Kinchington, Martin Krause, Sarah Kuhle, Paul Laird, Andrew Lee, Stanley Levy, Karen Longworth, Beverley Macdonald, Elizabeth Mackey, Krishna Mandaleson, Katherine Mohr, Stephen Moore, Kristy Morris, Elizabeth O'Brien, Bruce Paddock, Kim Parrey, Rachel Peake, Michael Pollack, Christopher Price, Shiho Rose, Jayantha Rupasinghe, Fiona Ryan, Andrew Searles, Rochelle Smits, Margaret Stevenson, Sanjeev Taneja, Zoe Terpening, Natalie Teasdale, John Watson, Alison Wilson, Yolande Weiner, Tissa Wijeratne, Nigel Wolfe

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