KTE News

EENet wants to know how you use evidence

by Melanie Barwick December 15, 2014

Please take a few moments to sign on to this survey from our friends at EENet and tell them how you find evidence about mental health and addictions.  bit.ly/1tYzOkY

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Check out www.kmbtoolkit.ca!

by Purnima Sundar November 28, 2014

The Knowledge Mobilization Toolkit: Doing more with what you know When we say knowledge mobilization, what do we really mean? Knowledge and evidence can often get lost in a sea of jargon. Is it knowledge exchange, knowledge translation, integrated knowledge translation, knowledge mobilization? The terms can often slow us down and get in our way. […]

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Knowledge Translation and Strategic Communications: Unpacking Differences and Similarities for Scholarly and Research Communication

by Melanie Barwick November 13, 2014

We’ve just published an article looking at the differences and similarities between KT and communications!  This is often a hot topic. We hope you enjoy the piece! http://src-online.ca/index.php/src/article/viewFile/175/344 Knowledge Translation and Strategic Communications: Unpacking Differences and Similarities for Scholarly and Research Communications Melanie Barwick* The Hospital for Sick Children David Phipps & Michael Johnny York […]

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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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BCKTCoP – October 9 2014 – Presentation materials available

by Melissa Ashman October 23, 2014

On October 9, 2014, Chris McBride, Executive Director, Spinal Cord Injury BC, presented on community partnership and partner engagement at the BC KT CoP chapter meeting. The presentation slide deck and recording are now available. Slide deck Presentation recording  

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McMaster Optimal Aging Portal

by Scott Mitchell October 12, 2014

McMaster University is pleased to announce the launch of the McMaster Optimal Aging Portal, a new online resource that will provide health professionals and the general public with trusted, evidence-based information about how to stay healthy, active and engaged as we grow older. The McMaster Optimal Aging Portal brings together research evidence about clinical, public […]

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Inter-organizational Networks: A Review of the Literature to Inform Practice

by Janice Popp September 25, 2014

This recently published report and associated blog may be of interest to KTE members. Report: http://www.businessofgovernment.org/report/inter-organizational-networks-review-literature-inform-practice Blog Post: http://bit.ly/1msvKMp

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2014-2015 meeting schedule of the BC KT CoP now available

by Melissa Ashman September 18, 2014

The 2014-2015 meeting schedule of the BC Knowledge Translation Community of Practice is now available. Access the schedule All with an interest in KT, regardless of background, area, or experience, are welcome to participate. If you would like to receive e-notifications about upcoming meetings (including meeting reminders), please join the BC KT CoP online AND email mandy.pui@vch.ca.

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Interested in meeting? Institute for Knowledge Mobilization in Vancouver September 22 to 25

by Peter Levesque September 9, 2014

Hello KTECoP Community, Peter Levesque of the Institute for Knowledge Mobilization will be in Vancouver from September 22-25.  I am meeting with the several Foundations and doing a site visit to the Granville Island Hotel in preparation for the Knowledge Mobilization Leaders Roundtable in January 2015.  If you are interested in meeting to discuss your […]

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KT Competencies

by Gayle Scarrow September 4, 2014

Hello KTE CoP Members, The Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR) in BC is part of a working group developing individual knowledge translation (KT) training pathways for health researchers; knowledge users; and knowledge brokers in British Columbia and Alberta, based on BC’s Health Services Researcher Pathway. We’re in the early stages, currently trying to […]

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