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 »

KTE Associate position at the Institute for Work & Health

The Institute for Work & Health is currently seeking a qualified person to fill the position of Knowledge Transfer & Exchange (KTE) Associate.  Application deadline is October 23, 2020. The Institute for Work & Health (IWH) is an independent, not-for-profit research organization. Our mission is to promote, protect and improve the safety and health of …

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Sign up today for Designing for Implementation!

We are excited to announce that Designing for Implementation is open for enrollment until November 6, 2020. Through Designing for Implementation, this 6-week self-paced online course, you will gain a clear roadmap to design your intervention using best practices and approaches from implementation science. Once you enroll, you’ll have access to the course content immediately. …

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Register for KT Connects webinar on Friday, Oct 30th at 12 pm (PST)

KT Connects presents “Beyond engagement: Towards community-based and community-driven knowledge exchange in Indigenous health research” Want to learn how community-based Knowledge Exchange (KE) approaches can be applied to build capacity, transform the health care system and transcend limitations of the western colonial research model?  Join us at our next KT Connects webinar with Katie Bauder …

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Enroll now in Inspiring Change 2.0: Creating impact with evidence-based implementation

Change is hard. Learning about implementation science can help. Inspiring Change 2.0, The Center for Implementation’s free mini-course, provides easy-to-follow guidance on how to use best practices from implementation science to improve outcomes. Implementation science looks at how to move ideas and innovations into action. It can help you break down the process of explaining and enacting …

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KTDRR’s 2020 Online KT Conference – Register now!

How can social media help me understand what people need?  Register today for the Center on Knowledge Translation for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (KTDRR)’s 2020 Online KT Conference: Social Media Strategies for Knowledge Translation! The free, virtual conference takes place across three afternoons during one week: 1:00 – 5:00 pm ET each day on October …

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KT Connects webinar – Co-creating dissemination materials with patients (Sept 25th at Noon PST)

Interested in learning about co-production and dissemination? Join us at our next KT Connects webinar with Dr. Iva Cheung as she shares her insights and experience on Co-creating dissemination materials with patients.  What will be discussed? Effectively disseminating research evidence to patients and family care partners requires knowing (a) what they need to know and …

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Knowledge Mobilization and Communications Coordinator, University of Guelph

The Research Innovation Office (RIO) has a mandate to enhance and foster research innovation activity at the University of Guelph (UG); to cultivate a culture of entrepreneurship; and to maximize the impact of University of Guelph research, both nationally and globally. RIO will achieve its mandate through a focus on knowledge mobilization, technology transfer, industry …

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New online survey to share your thoughts on COVID-19 stigma, fear, and misinformation study

We would like to invite you to consider participating in an online survey to provide your thoughts and perceptions on how stigma, fear and misinformation spreads during COVID-19. The survey is anonymous and completely confidential and should take approximately 30 minutes to complete. We are aiming to develop tools to combat stigma, fear and misinformation …

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Introducing Planning for Implementation Practice (PIP™)

Introducing Planning for Implementation Practice (PIP™) a new workshop designed to assist your team in implementation planning using The Implementation Game(c). For more information or to register, link to our application here http://cvent.com/d/gnqxnj Deadline for Oct 2020 session is Sept 11th #implscience Please complete 1 application per team.  Teams should consist of 2-4 members. At least 1 person should be from …

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KT Connects – Close the gap: Using KT science to move physical activity research into practice.

Register today for our next KT Connects webinar featuring Dr. Sarah Neil-Sztramko. Join us as Dr. Neil-Sztramko shares how to Close the gap: Using KT science to move physical activity research into practice.  What will be discussed? In this presentation Dr. Neil-Sztramko will provide an overview of the distinction between knowledge translation science and practice, giving examples …

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