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.

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

Shifting the Culture: Developing an Integrative Knowledge Translation and Exchange Framework at CAMH

The Toronto chapter of KTECOP presents a networking dinner and presentation on Shifting the Culture:… [more]

Shifting the Culture: Developing an Integrative Knowledge Translation and Exchange Framework at CAMH Shifting the Culture: Developing an Integrative Knowledge Translation and Exchange Framework at CAMH

Whose Research Is It Anyway? Community University Partnerships as Agents of Change

Event Details Tuesday, November 6, 2012, 4-6 pm Hospital for Sick Children Child Health Evaluative… [more]

Whose Research Is It Anyway? Community University Partnerships as Agents of Change Whose Research Is It Anyway? Community University Partnerships as Agents of Change

The Canadian Homelessness Research Network: Making Research Matter

A presentation by Stephen Gaetz, Director, Canadian Homelessness Research Network, York University. Event… [more]

The Canadian Homelessness Research Network: Making Research Matter The Canadian Homelessness Research Network: Making Research Matter

Connecting the Dots Through the Ontario Neuroscience Asset Map

Connecting the Dots through the Ontario Neuroscience Asset Map

Connecting the Dots Through the Ontario Neuroscience Asset Map Connecting the Dots Through the Ontario Neuroscience Asset Map

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

Learn to disseminate your research findings using video, theatre and photography

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

The KT Game

Come and play The KT Game in Toronto on November 4, 2014

The KT Game The KT Game

Opportunity for PhD student

by Lora Giangregorio May 4, 2015

Opportunities to pursue a PhD are available in the Bone Health and Exercise Science Lab at the University of Waterloo, under the supervision of Dr. Lora Giangregorio. The trainee will have the opportunity to develop independent research related to reducing the burden of osteoporotic fractures, or work on ongoing research projects. Ongoing research in the […]

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Come work with us at SickKids: Scientist Position

by Melanie Barwick April 28, 2015

The Child Health Evaluative Sciences (CHES) Program is seeking an exceptional scientist with expertise in the areas of qualitative methodology, child and youth mental health, and child health outcomes, who is interested in exploiting the unique research environment provided by Canada’s largest Paediatric hospital-based research institute. The position is allied with the Community Health Systems […]

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Canada’s 4th Applied Research Conference in Cancer Control

by Scott Mitchell April 20, 2015

The Canadian Centre for Applied Research in Cancer Control (ARCC) is pleased to announce that its 4th annual conference will take place from May 24th to 25th at the Hotel Bonaventure in Montreal, Quebec. The objective of this conference is to bridge a connection between researchers and decision-makers, using health economics, services, policy and ethics research to improve cancer control and the delivery of cancer care.

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Knowledge Exchange Coordinator, Community Food Centres Canada (Toronto)

by Scott Mitchell April 20, 2015

We are looking for a Knowledge Exchange Coordinator to play an important role in supporting our knowledge dissemination and exchange activities between CFCC and its partner Community Food Centres, member Good Food Organizations, and the broader community interested in learning about the best practices and issues around CFCs and other grassroots food programs.

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Global Implementation Conference, Dublin 2015 – REGISTER NOW

by Melanie Barwick April 10, 2015

To register, link here: www.gic.globalimplementation.org  

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Call for Manuscripts: Knowledge Mobilization in and for Education

by Scott Mitchell April 9, 2015

The call for manuscripts has been extended to July 15, 2015.

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Post-Doctoral Position in KT and Patient Engagement – Arthritis Research Canada/University of British Columbia

by Gayle Scarrow April 8, 2015

The Arthritis Research Canada is seeking a Post-Doctoral Fellow for a 1-year position to assist in leading a series of projects to study a counseling intervention using wearable devices to change patient’s physical activity behaviours. These projects are guided by the Knowledge-to-Action process and a team of patient partners. Under the supervision of Dr. Linda […]

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Knowledge Translation Professional Certificate (KTPC) June 1-5, 2015

by Melanie Barwick April 2, 2015

Register today! Knowledge Translation Professional Certificate (KTPC) June 1-5, 2015: http://cvent.com/d/4rq14x 

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Knowledge Translation in Mental Health & Addictions Conference

by Laura C. Ball March 31, 2015

Waypoint Research Institute 3rd Annual Conference Knowledge Translation in Mental Health and Addictions June 17th – 19th, 2015 Emmanuel College, Victoria University at University of Toronto 73 Queen’s Park Cres., Toronto, ON   Sponsored by  Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care In Partnership with Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto   Keynote Speakers Melanie Barwick, PhD, […]

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To remove yourself from the KTECoP mailing list …

by Melanie Barwick March 31, 2015

If you would like to be removed from this mailing list, go HERE and submit your email address under Exchange Subscribers Please be reminded that we are a volunteer organization without staff. Please unsubscribe yourself.

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