List of resources and process suggestions to help NGOs deal with data requests from researchers

KTECOP member Anne Bergen has posted a list of resources and process suggestions to help NGOs deal with data requests from researchers. These resources were sent in response to a request sent to the KTECOP.ca listserv, the CBPR mail list, and the CFICE project, asking for recommendations about “resources aimed at community partners/NGOs who are …

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McMaster Optimal Aging Portal

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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Evaluating KT Strategies in Public Health – Évaluer des stratégies d’AC en santé publique

This resource shared by Jeannie Mackintosh – Evaluating KT Strategies in Public Health a free, interactive and self-paced module Evaluating the implementation of a practice change is a very complex process. Knowing how to create and follow a structured process for successful and useful evaluation is an essential skill. Evaluating KT Strategies in Public Health is designed for public health …

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NEW RESOURCE – Online E-Learning Modules for Implementation of EBPs

The Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health has launched e-learning modules to support capacity building on how to implement evidence-based practices in behavioural healthcare.  This is an innovation in implementation in practice, and will contribute to building a practical knowledge base for implementation. http://www.excellenceforchildandyouth.ca/training/learning-modules Each module includes an evaluation of the …

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Dementia Knowledge Translation (KT) Learning Centre

The Canadian Dementia Knowledge Translation Network (CDKTN) and the National Core for Neuroethics have recently launched the online Dementia Knowledge Translation (KT) Learning Centre. This website is targeted towards new and established dementia researchers engaged in KT. Key features include: KT strategy suggestions Sample KT budgets to assist with dementia grant writing Social media as …

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Free Online Learning Module from NCCMT

Quantitative Research Designs 101: Addressing Practice-Based Issues in Public Health

As a public health professional, you face many different kinds of practice-based questions about how best to promote health, prevent illness, or treat health problems in your communities. You need the best information to help you decide what to do. Knowing about research designs can help you search for the right type of evidence to answer a question from your own practice, and to assess the quality of the research evidence you find.

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New Guide to Knowledge Translation Planning at CIHR: Integrated and End-of-Grant Approaches

CIHR has developed a new KT Guide to assist with the writing and reviewing of grants. Integrated and end-of-grant approaches are described in detail with case studies that bring the concepts to life and worksheets that will help guide your thinking and planning. The KT Guide is available on the CIHR website (http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/45321.html) or in …

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KT Tools: Innovation to Implementation: A Practical Guide to Knowledge Translation in Health Care

The Mental Health Commission of Canada’s Knowledge Exchange Centre has just released the KT guide “Innovation to Implementation: A Practical Guide to Knowledge Translation in Health Care”. The I2I is a how-to guide for driving change using knowledge translation (KT) activities. It is built around the concept of innovation: products, actions, services or relationships that …

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