Our Favourite Knowledge-Transfer Projects

On June 11, 2009, a number of KTECOP members gave 10-minute presentations on a case study of their favourite knowledge-transfer project, followed by an interactive workshop with brainstorming after each presentation on how the strategy could have been improved. Presentations were structured by the CHSRF Communication framework: www.chsrf.ca.

CASE STUDIES

Knowledge Translation Strategies in Support of Ontario’s Outcome Measurement
Initiative in Child and Youth Mental Health

Presented by: Melanie Barwick, SickKids

Using an Educational Influential Network to Disseminate an Evidence Based Tool
Presented by: Jane Gibson, Institute for Work and Health
Team: Christie Brenchley, Mary Egan, Jane Gibson, Rosemary Lysaght, Kathy MacDonald, Susan Rappolt, Rhoda Reardon, Lynn Shaw, Cynthia Neilson

Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS) KME Leadership Teams
Presented by Michelle Levine, MCYS

Building for Success: Mental Health Research and Knowledge Exchange in Ontario
Presented by Heather Bullock, Health Systems Research and Consulting Unit, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, and Aimee Watson, Mental Health and Addictions Unit, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

More presentations to come…