Toronto Events

Knowledge Mobilization and Consumer Engagement: Lessons in Creating Mental Health Information Resources

by Scott Mitchell February 24, 2015

You are invited to a KM in the AM event presented by Mobilizing Minds and the Knowledge Mobilization Unit at York University. Date: Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Time: 9:30 to 11:30 AM Location: ING Direct Presentation Room (“The Garage”) CSI Annex, 1st Floor (just South of Bloor near Bathurst subway station) Register Online (free) Description: […]

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Contribute your ideas for our KTECOP 2015 speaker line-up!

by Rossana Coriandoli February 6, 2015

The Toronto KTECOP coordinating committee is planning the line-up of events for 2015 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. We look forward to hearing from you! If […]

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Scientist Knowledge Translation Training – January 29th and 30th, 2015

by Kelly Warmington January 6, 2015

The Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTTTM) course was developed on the premise that scientists, clinicians and educators, are agents of change in creating research impact, promoting research utilization, and ensuring that research findings reach the appropriate audiences.  There is a skill set surrounding KT practice, and it is these competencies that the training course was […]

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Behind Bars: Knowledge Generation and Mobilisation in Tricky Settings

by David Phipps December 4, 2014

York University’s Knowledge Mobilization Unit is pleased to host a seminar for the Toronto Chapter of the KTE CoP.

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Waypoint Research Institute 3rd Annual Conference

by Melanie Barwick October 31, 2014

Knowledge Translation in Mental Health and Addictions, June 17 to 19, 2015, Toronto, ON

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Women’s Xchange Presents: Bringing Research to Life Using Innovative Multimedia Approaches

by Stephanie Lagosky October 12, 2014

Learn how to disseminate your research findings to a wide audience using video, theatre and photography. Friday, November 14, 2014 2:00 pm until 5:00 pm University Club 380 University Avenue Toronto, Ontario Featuring: Mike Evans – Disruption, Peer to Peer Healthcare, Creativity and YouTube: How to Fail Well in Patient Engagement Vrenia Ivonoffski – Creative […]

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The KT Game

by Scott Mitchell September 15, 2014

Come to this Toronto KTE CoP Seminar on November 4, 2014, where you will not only learn about The KT Game but get to try it out.

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Changing the Game of Research in the UK: The Quest for Non-academic Impact

by Scott Mitchell June 10, 2014

Join us on Thursday, June 26, 3-5 pm, for a Toronto KTECOP presentation by Christina Miariti, Research Impact officer at the University of Sussex, UK. This talk will review the context and responses to the ‘impact agenda’ in the UK. It will reveal the difficult questions that remain at the heart of the current discourse and, drawing from examples across Europe, will make the case for different approaches needed to deepen our understanding of research impact as it evolves over time.

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Connecting the Dots Through the Ontario Neuroscience Asset Map

by Scott Mitchell April 16, 2014

A Toronto KTECOP presentation by Kirk Nylen, Lucas Ng and Shiva Amiri. Event Details Wednesday, June 4, 2014 9:00-11:00 am Ontario Brain Institute 438 University Avenue, Suite 1618 (16th floor) at St. Patrick subway Download the Presentation Connecting the Dots Through the Ontario Neuroscience Asset Map (PDF) Watch the Videos Connecting the Dots Webinar An […]

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Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTT) for Graduate Students – May 14th, 2014

by Kelly Warmington April 9, 2014

The Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTTTM) course was developed on the premise that scientists, and increasingly, other practitioners and educators, are agents of change in creating research impact, promoting research utilization, and ensuring that research findings reach the appropriate audiences.  There is a skill set surrounding KT practice, and it is these competencies that the […]

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