Toronto Events

Registration now open! Momentum: Research Realized Conference 2018

by Laura C. Ball March 9, 2018

Registration for the Waypoint Research Institute’s 6th Annual Conference, Momentum: Research Realized, is now open! This conference is focused on KT, implementation science, and health promotion issues in the mental health and addictions system (broadly conceived). Conference & Pre-Conference Workshops – Preliminary Program To view the preliminary conference program, please click HERE. We would like […]

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Planning for sustainability of evidence-based programs and practices

by Sara Macdonald March 1, 2018

Join KTECOP Toronto to learn about “Planning for sustainability of evidence-based programs and practices”, presented by Alekhya Mascarenhas.   Attend this event IN PERSON or VIA WEBINAR. Event details DATE: Wednesday March 21, 2018 TIME: 4–6 PM (EST) LOCATION: Institute for Work & Health 481 University Avenue, Suite 800 Toronto, Ontario M5G 2E9 Register here […]

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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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Exploring organizational-level factors that facilitate knowledge translation

by rcoriandoli December 13, 2017

Join the Toronto chapter of the KTE CoP on Wednesday, January 24, 2018, 4-6 pm EST, to explore organizational-level factors that facilitate knowledge translation.

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What is Practicing Knowledge Translation (PKT)?

by Scott Mitchell December 10, 2017

This workshop is designed for health professionals interested in learning more about implementing change using best practices in KT.

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Give us your suggestions for the KTECOP 2017-2018 speaker line-up!

by Rossana Coriandoli November 3, 2017

The Toronto Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Community of Practice (KTECOP) coordinating committee is planning our line-up of events for 2018 and we’re hoping you’ll help us out. We’re looking for speakers who can discuss KTE practices, research on KTE effectiveness, and other related KTE activities. We plan to have a speaker every other month. If you have any ideas for presenters who would be able to speak at a KTECOP event, please fill in the Speaker Expression of Interest form.

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Finding common approaches in a diverse practice domain: A Q-study of knowledge mobilization practitioners and researchers

by Scott Mitchell July 13, 2017

Join the Toronto chapter of KTECOP for a talk by Monica Batac and Dr. Charles Davis on Tuesday, August 22, 2017, 4-6 pm. Pre-registration required.

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Collaboration, Implementation and KT in Practice

by Sara Macdonald June 2, 2017

Join the Toronto chapter of the KTECOP on Thursday, June 8, 2017, from 4 to 6 pm, for a presentation by Mark Pearson, who is visiting us from the UK to share his insights and expertise on practice-research collaboration, implementation and knowledge transfer.

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Tailoring Programs to the Implementation Context

by rcoriandoli April 5, 2017

Join the Toronto chapter of the KTE CoP on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 4-6 pm, to hear about important aspects of assessing the implementation context and tailoring programs accordingly.

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Challenges and Opportunities: International Perspectives on KT

by Scott Mitchell January 27, 2017

The Toronto chapter of KTECOP invites you to a presentation on Monday, March 27, 2017, by Dr. Tamika Heiden, founder and principal of Knowledge Translation Australia, a consultancy designed to facilitate KT learning and practice within research institutions and to broker relationships between industry and universities.

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