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New R2A Webinar Series

by Scott Mitchell January 19, 2017

Research to Action is launching a series of webinars to help development researchers and communications professionals really unpack what we mean by the term research uptake.

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NCCHPP Webinar – Sharing Knowledge with the Advisors of Policy Makers – A Couple of Myths, a Couple of Tips

by Scott Mitchell December 5, 2016

This webinar, presented by the NCCHPP’s Florence Morestin, will focus on the advisors of policy makers: who are they, and why and how can they be approached when one wants public health knowledge to be considered during public policy development?

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Knowledge Mobilization, Research Impact, and the Changing Nature of Academic Work

by Scott Mitchell November 14, 2016

The Toronto chapter of KTECOP invites you to a webinar by David Phipps (ResearchImpact-RéseauImpactRecherche) and Matthew McKean (Conference Board of Canada) on Friday, December 9, 2016.

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February #KMbChat: Creating Solutions Like an Entrepreneur: Synergies Between Entrepreneurship and KMb/Research Activities

by Dave Walker February 19, 2016

When: Thursday February  25, 2016 at noon EDT Where: Twitter (follow @KMbChat and the #KMbChat hashtag at the above scheduled date and time) Topic: Creating Solutions Like an Entrepreneur: Synergies Between Entrepreneurship and KMb/Research Activities This month’s #KMbChat is about the synergies between entrepreneurship and kmb/research activities. Entrepreneurs have ideas and want to provide solutions in the same way […]

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#KMbChat: Your KMb Goals for 2016 – what will success look like in 11 months and how will you know you got there?

by Dave Walker January 23, 2016

Join David Phipps (@ReseachImpact) for a Tweet chat on January 28 at 12pmET. David will be leading the discussion: “Your KMb Goals for 2016 – what will success look like in 11 months and how will you know you got there?” This chat will be about harnessing our new year’s energy and looking forward to […]

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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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