Register Now for KT Connects- “Overcoming five anxieties in population health KT literature” with Dr. Paul Kershaw

We are back with another exciting KT Connects webinar: Overcoming five anxieties in population health KT literature! Join us on Friday, June 25 at 12 p.m. (PT) for this one hour webinar, as Dr. Paul Kershaw explores challenges and opportunities related to knowledge mobilization initiatives designed to influence the social determinants of health. Register Now! What will …

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Register for KT Connects – #DebunkingDesire: Sexual science, social media, and strategy in the pursuit of knowledge dissemination

Want to learn how you can use social media as a knowledge dissemination tool? Join us for a panel presentation from the UBC Sexual Health Research team as they share how they disseminated their evidence-based information using a targeted social media campaign at the next KT Connects webinar: #DebunkingDesire: Sexual science, social media, and strategy …

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Register Now for KT Connects – Decolonizing research: Collecting Two-Spirit data in culturally affirming ways

KT Connects – “Decolonizing research: Collecting Two-Spirit data in culturally affirming ways” with Harlan Pruden Join us on Friday, March 26 at 12 p.m. (PT) for this 45-minute webinar! Register Now What will be discussed? Centering Two-Spirit and Indigenous experiences and ways is critical for more respectful, reciprocal, relevant, and responsible health research. Two-Spirit is …

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Register now for KT Connects webinar on Feb 26th Noon PT

Engaging knowledge users in basic science — tips, tricks and lessons learned What will be discussed? In this webinar, Dr. Jens Vent-Schmidt will introduce KT practice in basic science in general, and highlight aspects beyond sharing of research findings through traditional outlets such as publications and conference presentations. We will explore who “the public” is in …

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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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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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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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KT Connects – Engaging with policy makers through media: a 101 for researchers during a time of pandemics

Join us for another exciting KT Connects webinar – This month, Michelle Stack will share how to “Engage with policy makers through media: a 101 for researchers during a time of pandemics” The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of ensuring that health policy and practices are evidence-informed. It would be optimal if all policy …

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KT Connects webinar – “Knowledge Translation and Behaviour Science Change: Building Communities in a pre- and post-pandemic world”

Join us this month as 2018 Trainee Dr. Jasmin Ma discusses “Knowledge Translation and Behaviour Science Change: Building Communities in a pre- and post-pandemic world”. What will be discussed? During these difficult times, physical distancing measures have many of us longing for social connectedness. Dr. Jasmin Ma will discuss how knowledge translation and behaviour change science can …

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KT Connects Webinar – How to do KT in a pandemic?

Join us and Dr. Sarah Munro (2016 Trainee, 2019 Scholar) on May 29 for a special KT Connects webinar on doing knowledge translation in a pandemic.   KT Connects is a series of knowledge translation training webinars featuring BC-based experts. Join us this month as 2016 Trainee and 2019 Scholar Dr. Sarah Munro discusses “How to do knowledge …

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