Online Events

A new KTE approach for moving best evidence into best practice

by Sara Macdonald June 19, 2018

A presentation by Dr. Johnny Dyreborg, a visiting occupational health and safety researcher from Denmark. Event Details Wednesday, June 27, 2018 4-5 pm Institute for Work & Health 481 University, Suite 800 Toronto Description In this presentation, Dr. Johnny Dyreborg will summarize findings from a systematic literature review on the effectiveness of safety interventions and […]

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Planning for sustainability of evidence-based programs and practices

by Sara Macdonald March 1, 2018

KTECOP Toronto met on March 21st to learn about “Planning for sustainability of evidence-based programs and practices”, presented by Alekhya Mascarenhas. See the webinar here Get the slides here Literature on sustainability of evidence-based programs and practices: a) Developing a comprehensive definition of sustainability b) Sustainability framework c) Sustainability of evidence-based interventions and practices in […]

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Modeling implementation and knowledge translation strategies using discrete choice conjoint experiments

by Scott Mitchell February 23, 2018

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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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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