Welcome to KTECOP

The Canadian Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Community of Practice (KTECOP) is a network of KTE practitioners and researchers who share KTE practices and experience, build peer relationships for information exchange and support, build KTE capacity, advance knowledge of KTE effectiveness, and share KTE events, job opportunities and other related KTE activities. More »

From the Chairs: A Discussion of Knowledge Translation Research

Come to the KTE Community of Practice dinner and panel discussion, on Monday, November 17, 2008, 6-9 pm, at Matignon Restaurant, 51 St. Nicholas Street, Toronto. Cost: $40. This evening will not only feature excellent French cuisine but will provide the KTE Community of Practice members with an opportunity to hear updates and discussion from …

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Job Posting: Knowledge Transfer & Exchange Associate

The KTE department at the Institute for Work and Health is looking for a knowledge transfer associate. Please see the job description below. Please contact Jane Gibson with your expressions of interest at 416-927-2027 ext 2150 or jgibson@iwh.on.ca. JOB TITLE: Knowledge Transfer & Exchange Associate DEPARTMENT: Knowledge Transfer & Exchange REPORTS TO: Director, Knowledge Transfer …

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KT08: Forum for the Future presentations available online

Documents and presentations from “Knowledge Translation 2008: Forum for the Future” (Banff, Alberta, June 2008) are now available online. The forum provided an opportunity for individuals engaged in advancing the science and impact of knowledge translation to share, discuss and lay a foundation for advancing the global field in research and application. Also available are presentations from the …

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Room change for KTECOP meeting on September 25

Please note that the room number has changed for our next KTECOP meeting on Thursday, September 25. The location is now Room T321 (third floor of research tower), Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, 33 Russell Street (Russell and Spadina). Join us for a presentation by Melanie Barwick on “Developing a Community of Practice Model for …

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PHSI Partnership Development Funds – apply now

Background: CIHR’s Partnerships for Health System Improvement (PHSI) program has been revitalized, strengthened and improved.  The next two launches of the PHSI competition are planned for December 2008 and June 2009.  Recognizing the effort, time and expense involved in building meaningful partnerships between researchers and decision makers, CIHR is now offering new PHSI Partnership Development …

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Knowledge in Motion 2008

The Knowledge in Motion conference will take place October 16-18, 2008, in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador. Registration is now live at www.knowledgeinmotion2008.ca. For information on registration procedures only, contact Paula Tulk, Conference Services, Memorial University, at (709) 737-4003 or by e-mail at ptulk@mun.ca. For information on all other conference matters contact Paul Murphy, Knowledge …

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Funding Opportunity: Knowledge Synthesis Grant (2008-2009)

Canadian Institutes of Health Research has announced a new funding opportunity in partnership with the Institute of Aging; Institute of Health Services and Policy Research; Institute of Infection and Immunity; the Official Language Minority Communities Initiative; the Regenerative Medicine and Nanomedicine Initiative; Canadian Stroke Network; and the Mental Health Commission of Canada. The purpose of …

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Funding Opportunity: Knowledge to Action (2008-2009)

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) has announced a new funding opportunity through its Knowledge to Action program, in partnership with the Mental Health Commission of Canada and the Regenerative Medicine and Nanomedicine Initiative. The general objective of this opportunity is to facilitate and accelerate the translation of knowledge to improve the health of Canadians, …

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