Knowledge Translation/Evaluation Associate

Alberta’s Tomorrow Project (ATP) was launched in 2000 as a prospective cohort to examine the relationship between environmental, lifestyle, and genetic factors and the incidence of cancer and chronic diseases. The main responsibility of the KTE/Evaluation Associate is to develop and carry out stakeholder engagement plans and translate knowledge generated through ATP research as well as to ensure projects are informed by evidence/knowledge users.

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R2A Social Media Consultant

Are you a social media specialist with a passion for improving research communications? Research to Action is looking for a keen communicator to help us make the most of our large repository of articles and resources, and to generate innovative content across our digital platforms. Deadline: Friday, September 28, midnight UK time (GMT +1hr)

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Project Officer, Knowledge Mobilization

The Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging (RIA) is a charitable non-profit organization that partners with the University of Waterloo, Conestoga College, and Schlegel Villages to enhance the care and quality of life for older adults. The Project Officer, Knowledge Mobilization is responsible for coordinating research-to-practice projects within Schlegel Villages. He/she will provide coordination and communication supports to project teams (including research teams and knowledge users) at all stages of the research process (e.g., research coordination, piloting/implementation, scale, spread), including dissemination of results and development of KMb tools and resources.

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Modeling implementation and knowledge translation strategies using discrete choice conjoint experiments

The Toronto chapter of the KTE CoP met to learn from Dr. Charles Cunningham about modelling knowledge translation and implementation strategies and the results from studies regarding knowledge user preferences.   Download the presentation slides See the publications Modeling the Decision of Mental Health Providers to Implement Evidence-Based Children’s Mental Health Services: A Discrete Choice …

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Impact of Science 2018: Finding shared approaches to assess, enable and accelerate impact on society

The political momentum and current research eco-system in Canada are an excellent and indeed inspirational context to foster the worldwide debates on impact. In line with Canadian prospects and initiatives the AESIS annual conference will focus on finding shared approaches for assessing, enabling and accelerating the societal impact of science. June 14-15, 2018, Ottawa.

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Job Posting: Director, Innovation at CIFAR

CIFAR’s core purpose is to create knowledge that enriches human life and leads to a better future for Canada and the world. Reporting to the Vice-President of Knowledge Outreach, the Director of Innovation is responsible for pro-actively contributing to the knowledge mobilization (KM) strategy for the Institute with direct responsibility for the Institute’s annual KM plans for the business and R&D sectors.

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Fuse International Conference on Knowledge Exchange in Public Health

On May 8-10 2018, the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research will be co-hosting Fuse 2018, the 4th Fuse International Conference on Knowledge Exchange in Public Health. In partnership with the BC Ministry of Health, the Public Health Association of BC and the United Kingdom’s Fuse Centre for Translational Research in Public Health, UPDATE: Due to overwhelming interest in the past week, the abstract committee has decided to extend the Fuse 2018 abstract submission deadline by one week. The updated deadline is 4 p.m. PST, November 27, 2017.

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