Scott Mitchell

Senior Editor, Partnered Health Information Resources

by Scott Mitchell September 16, 2014

CATIE is seeking a Senior Editor, Partnered Health Information Resources. The application deadline is September 19, 2014.

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The KT Game

by Scott Mitchell September 15, 2014

Come to this Toronto KTE CoP Seminar on November 4, 2014, where you will not only learn about The KT Game but get to try it out.

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Knowledge Translation Strategies for Health and Helping Professionals

by Scott Mitchell September 13, 2014

University of British Columbia Continuing Studies presents a two-part webinar series on October 2 and 16, 2014. This course can be applied as an elective to the UBC Certificate in Collaborative Practice for Health Professionals. Health and helping professionals across a continuum of roles, including direct practice, education, policy and research, are faced with rapidly […]

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Changing the Game of Research in the UK: The Quest for Non-academic Impact

by Scott Mitchell June 10, 2014

Join us on Thursday, June 26, 3-5 pm, for a Toronto KTECOP presentation by Christina Miariti, Research Impact officer at the University of Sussex, UK. This talk will review the context and responses to the ‘impact agenda’ in the UK. It will reveal the difficult questions that remain at the heart of the current discourse and, drawing from examples across Europe, will make the case for different approaches needed to deepen our understanding of research impact as it evolves over time.

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Director, Education and Research, Victoria Hospice

by Scott Mitchell June 2, 2014

The Director, Education and Research is a fulltime position located in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia. Working within the vision, policies and values of Victoria Hospice Society (VHS), the Director, Education and Research facilitates excellence in hospice palliative care practice across all Victoria Hospice programs through education, evaluation, knowledge translation, research and broad collaboration.

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Analyst, Health Services Research & Policy

by Scott Mitchell April 24, 2014

The Region of Peel Region is seeking an Analyst, Health Services Research & Policy, in the Department of Health Services – Strategic Policy, Planning and Initiatives. The deadline for applications is May 1, 2014. Responsibilities: Lead policy, research and advocacy work related to the health system Develop policy options and prepare reports, briefings and presentations […]

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Connecting the Dots Through the Ontario Neuroscience Asset Map

by Scott Mitchell April 16, 2014

A Toronto KTECOP presentation by Kirk Nylen, Lucas Ng and Shiva Amiri. Event Details Wednesday, June 4, 2014 9:00-11:00 am Ontario Brain Institute 438 University Avenue, Suite 1618 (16th floor) at St. Patrick subway Download the Presentation Connecting the Dots Through the Ontario Neuroscience Asset Map (PDF) Watch the Videos Connecting the Dots Webinar An […]

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Call for Proposals: Knowledge Mobilization

by Scott Mitchell March 3, 2014

Deadline extended to March 7, 2014 The CYCC Network is pleased to launch a Call for Proposals to support your Knowledge Mobilization initiatives that help to share your best practices to support child and youth mental health and wellbeing. If you have an innovative idea for sharing lessons learned with people who could benefit from […]

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Postdoctoral position available at OISE-UT in Knowledge Mobilization in Education

by Scott Mitchell February 25, 2014

Postdoctoral Fellow in Knowledge Mobilization in Education » Download the PDF version The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto invites applications for a postdoctoral position in Knowledge Mobilization in Education. The candidate selected will work under the direction of Dr. Karen Mundy, Professor and Associate Dean, Research, International and […]

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Senior Manager, Research Communications – Canadian Cancer Society

by Scott Mitchell December 10, 2013

As part of an expanded strategy to disseminate information about the impacts of cancer research, the incumbent will produce a variety of materials for diverse audiences (both internal and external) by researching, synthesizing, and analyzing the results of research, and producing and disseminating a wide variety of materials, such as stakeholder accountability summaries, environmental scans, briefing notes, public communications, website content, media requests, and materials to support revenue development activities.

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