The Scottish Model for translating research into practice: Scottish Agricultural College’s unique role as a KTE provider

Thursday July 12, 2012

4:00-6:00 pm
Hospital for Sick Children
Child Health Evaluative Sciences, Research Institute
Room 1218, 123 Edward Street

Registration is free but space is limited.
Register online at scottishmodel.eventbrite.com

Siân Ringrose, Scottish Agricultural College, Assistant Researcher & KTE Practitioner

SAC (also known as the Scottish Agricultural College) is a large, innovative, knowledge-based organisation.  SAC’s mission is to enhance the rural economy and environment through supporting the development of land-based industries and communities.  We do this through our specialist research and development resources (SAC Research), education (SAC Learning) and training provision and expert advisory and consultancy services (SAC Consulting).

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UWO Postdoctoral Scholar Position: Innovations in Knowledge Translation Science Research

We are pleased to announce a postdoctoral scholar opportunity in the field of Knowledge Translation (KT), an interactive process of knowledge exchange between health researchers and knowledge users. Given that the health system is broad in scope it is important to systematically investigate how definitions and applications of knowledge translation might differ by setting and focus. Community-based organizations, including public health departments, community health centres, civil sector organizations and local authorities face a distinctive set of challenges and concerns related to engaging in the knowledge translation process, suggesting a unique perspective on knowledge translation in these settings.

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What really makes an impact? Understanding research use in different contexts.

KTE CoP Presentation What really makes an impact? Understanding research use in different contexts. Monday, June 6, 4 pm Downtown Location: Room 1218, 123 Edward Street Child Health Evaluative Sciences, Research Institute Hospital for Sick Children Sarah Morton, Co-Director at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (CRFR), University of Edinburgh. What is it …

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A CoP Valentine’s Dinner

A CoP Valentine’s Dinner Thursday, February 17, 2010 Valentines isn’t just for who you love but for what you love doing. Hold the date for dinner and some exchange of knowledge about knowledge exchange, including: Brokered Dialogue: A new film-based research method for bridging perspectives and contexts Presented by Janet Parsons & Jim Lavery (St. …

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Knowledge Mobilization Program Manager

University of Guelph, Office of Associate Vice-President (Research) Agri-food and Partnerships see: http://www.uoguelph.ca/hr/job-posting-2010-0343 Temporary full-time from February 2011 to February 2012 Temporary absence of the regular incumbent Hiring #:2010-0343 For application instructions, please visit How to Apply The Knowledge Translation and Transfer (KTT) initiative established under the enhanced OMAFRA-University of Guelph partnership agreement renewed in …

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New Job Opportunity – Knowledge Mobilization (KM) Coordinator, Knowledge Impact in Society Grant, York University

YORK UNIVERSITY Job Type: Contract Location: Toronto, ON, CANADA; Industry: Education Company URL: http://www.yorku.ca JOB TITLE: Knowledge Mobilization (KM) Coordinator, Knowledge Impact in Society Grant, York University TYPE OF POSITION: Contract – 9 months (with possibility of extension) HOURS: Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week. SALARY RANGE: $50,000 – $53,000 per annum CLOSING DATE …

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Knowledge Exchange Specialist – Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion (OAHPP)

See link below for this new opportunity from Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion (OAHPP) http://careers2.hiredesk.net/viewjobs/JobDetail.asp?Comp=OAHPP&sPERS_ID=&TP_ID=1&JB_ID=&PROJ_ID={9C226516-EE85-4ADB-B0F4-AC7CAC3159EF}&LAN=en-US&BackUrl=ViewJobs/Default.asp From the position description: The Knowledge Exchange Specialist contributes to the development and execution of OAHPPs knowledge-exchange strategy within the broader local, provincial, national, and international scientific communities. Acting as a knowledge broker between external groups and OAHPP …

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Knowledge Exchange in Public Health Conference 11-12 April 2011

Welcome – conference aim and theme

The FUSE Knowledge Exchange Group are delighted to announce the 2011 Knowledge Exchange in Public Health Conference. The conference will be held at the Ramside Hall Hotel, a country hotel situated in extensive grounds, located off the A1 close to the historic city of Durham which enjoys World Heritage status.

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Special Workshop on Knowledge Translation and Brokering: October 20, 2010

Mark your calendars for an exciting learning and networking opportunity in Montréal on October 20th!

Special Workshop on Knowledge Translation and Brokering
Hyatt Regency Montréal, Québec

http://www.ec.gc.ca/scitech/default.asp?lang=En&n=8B093953-1

A knowledge exchange and networking event organized by Environment Canada’s Science and Technology Liaison, ResearchImpact, the Canadian Water Network, and other collaborators, under the auspices of the Canadian Science Policy Conference.

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