Toronto Events

What kind of knowledge mobiliser are you? (and other questions for knowledge brokers)

by Scott Mitchell June 3, 2016

The Toronto chapter of KTECOP invites you to a presentation by Vicky Ward, Associate Professor of Knowledge Mobilisation at the University of Leeds, UK, on Thursday, June 23, 4-6 pm.

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Connecting the Dots Through Knowledge Translation and Outreach

by Scott Mitchell April 19, 2016

The Toronto chapter of KTECOP invites you to a presentation by the Ontario Brain Institute’s Knowledge Translation and Outreach team.

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Call for Exhibitors – Implementing EBPs in Mental Health & Addictions Conference

by Laura C. Ball April 11, 2016

Want to showcase your organization and/or the good work your team is doing? Consider being an exhibitor at the Waypoint Research Institute’s 4th Annual Conference — Implementing EBPs in Mental Health and Addictions! All conference and exhibitor information can be found on our website: If you have any questions, or would like more information […]

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Registration now open – Implementing EBPs in Mental Health & Addictions Conference

by Laura C. Ball February 23, 2016

The program book and registration details are now available for the Waypoint Research Institute 4th annual conference – Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Mental Health & Addictions! Please go to our conference website to find the program and registration details: Conference Date: May 17-18, 2016 Conference Location: Holiday Inn Barrie Hotel & Conference Centre, Barrie, […]

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Toronto Chapter seminar/webinar: Mobilizing Inuit Cultural Heritage – a multi-media/multi-platform re-engagement of voice in visual art and performance

by David Phipps February 23, 2016

MICH is a six-year SSHRC Partnership Grant held at York University that focuses on the contribution of Inuit visual culture, art, and performance to Inuit language preservation, social well-being, and cultural identity.

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Measuring Health Research Funding Impact in Ontario: The Health System Research Fund Impact Assessment Framework

by Scott Mitchell January 6, 2016

The Toronto Chapter of KTECOP presents a talk by Michael Hillmer, Director, Planning, Research and Analysis Branch, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, on Tuesday, January 19, from 4 to 6 pm.

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Call for Content: Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum #CKF16

by David Phipps December 11, 2015

On behalf of the Board of the Institute for Knowledge Mobilization and the Chair and Planning Committee of the 2016 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum #CKF16,  it is our pleasure to announce the Call for Content for #CKF16 The theme for this year is: Systems and Sustainability – Creating enduring Knowledge Mobilization. CKF16 is June 28-29, 2016 […]

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Knowledge Exchange and Communications: Finding a Common Ground

by Scott Mitchell November 25, 2015

Public Health Ontario (PHO) recently started applying an integrated approach for supporting knowledge exchange/translation (KTE) and communications activities across the organization. Hear about the experiences of knowledge exchange specialists and communications advisors at PHO as they defined their roles and created joint processes to support other PHO teams in their full range of KTE activities. […]

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The Knowledge Network for Applied Education Research: An Ontario Network Promoting the Use of Research in Education

by Scott Mitchell October 6, 2015

The Toronto Chapter of KTECOP presents a talk by Carol Campbell and Katina Pollock from the Knowledge Network for Applied Education Research (KNAER).

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Presentation slides now available for Evidence to Care

by Scott Mitchell September 30, 2015

The presentation slides from yesterday’s KTECOP event in Toronto, Evidence to Care – Supporting Knowledge Translation at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, are now available. Visit the event page to download the PDF.

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