Manager, Knowledge Exchange, CHEO

COMPETITION # / CONCOURS No. 12-444 NON UNION POSITION / POSTE NON SYNDIQUÉ POSTING PERIOD/ PÉRIODE D’AFFICHAGE : Du  12/11/2012 to/au 12/17/2012 POSITION/POSTE: FT Manager, Knowledge Exchange  –  Gestionnaire de l’Échange des connaissances à temps plein SUPERVISOR / SUPERVISEURE: Director, Knowledge Exchange, Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health – Directrice de l’Échange …

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Job Opportunity: Regional KE Lead in London

Program Consultant (Regional Knowledge Exchange Lead)

Regional Services, West Region, London

 

Position Description:

Reporting to the Regional Manager, the Knowledge Exchange Lead will play an important connective role on a local level. You will be an integral member of the EENet team. Reporting to the Regional Manager and taking strategic direction from the Manager of Knowledge Exchange in the Health Systems and Health Equity Research (HSHER) Group, this position will be responsible for a variety of knowledge exchange activities associated with EENet.  As the local ‘face’ of EENet you will act as a two-way conduit for information sharing between EENet and local communities.  The Regional KE Lead will be specifically charged with building and fostering linkages between community, hospital, university research centres, LHINs, other local and regional planning bodies and other community mental health and addictions stakeholders for knowledge exchange purposes. Your duties and responsibilities also include acting as local connectors of knowledge producers and knowledge users (e.g. planning tables, LHINs, community MH&A programs, hospital MH&A programs, Human Services and Justice Committees, public health bodies, etc); building and fostering relationships with researchers within Universities and Academic Health Science Centres; and enhancing community capacity to engage in research and KE activities and use evidence for decision-making; feeding research activity and promising practices back to EENet’s management and resource centre; developing KE products and organizing KE activities for the region and the broader network; and facilitating access to appropriate and tailored evidence in support of local and regional service collaboratives. You will support a workplace that embraces diversity, encourages teamwork and complies with all applicable and regulatory requirements.  The position is located 100 Collip Circle in London and will involve travel within Western Ontario.

 

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Job Opportunity: Regional KE Lead in Penetanguishene

Program Consultant (Regional Knowledge Exchange Lead)

Program/Department: Regional Services, North Region, Penetanguishene

Position Description:

Reporting to the Regional Manager, the Knowledge Exchange Lead will play an important connective role on a local level. You will be an integral member of the EENet team and take strategic direction from the Director of Knowledge Exchange in the Provincial System Support Program. This position will be responsible for a variety of knowledge exchange activities associated with EENet.

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RFP for knowledge exchange expert

RFP Knowledge Exchange CoordinatorDTFP-Final Jan 16 2012 Hi Community:  If anyone is interested, Manitoba needs some help from someone with KE expertise (see RFP in link above). I am including the email I received below so you can direct any questions you might have to the appropriate person. Cheers, Heather   Good afternoon Heather,  I understand …

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Communications Associate – OMHAKEN

The Health Systems and Health Equity Research Group (HSHER) is a multidisciplinary group of research scientists and knowledge exchange specialists that looks at the design, delivery and effectiveness of health care, with a focus on systems, services and policies. It also looks at equity and access among those who are most vulnerable to developing mental health or addictions problems. The Ontario Mental Health and Addictions Knowledge Exchange Network(OMHAKEN)is coordinated through the HSHER at CAMH.  OMHAKEN works to improve the quality of mental health and addictions services, supports, research and policy by linking and engaging service providers, planners, researchers, decision-makers, policy-makers, consumer/survivors and families in knowledge creation and exchange across all levels of government and the health care system.

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KT Scientist position

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Project Scientist – Knowledge Translation Initial Assignment:  Nicotine Dependence Clinic The Nicotine Dependence Clinic in the Addictions Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is a service that integrates clinical services, research, policy and knowledge translation in tobacco cessation/harm reduction.  We are currently seeking a Project Scientist with specialization and …

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CCSA Online Community Liaison

The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) has a legislated mandate to provide national leadership and evidence-informed analysis and advice to mobilize collaborative efforts to reduce alcohol- and other drug-related harms.   CCSA is currently looking for an experienced Online Community Liaison to leverage our websites and develop innovative web-based tools to engage, grow and …

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