KT Connects (July 22) – Walking with the Arthritis community on the path forward towards Truth and Reconciliation

In 2021, Dr. Terri-Lynn Fox and Cheryl Koehn came together as Indigenous Scholar, settler/colonial and persons living with rheumatoid arthritis to walk together on a path forward towards Truth and Reconciliation. Speakers will discuss how an Indigenous-led initiative, the Arthritis Learning Circle, has developed into several community-driven action projects. The webinar will also touch on …

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Join us for Health xChange (June 16th 4 – 6 pm) Vancouver, BC

On June 16, 2022 (4 – 6 p.m.), Health Research BC, SFU and Vancouver Foundation will host the fourth annual Health xChange and first Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum networking event, asking: “How can youth-led and youth-engaged approaches help to re-define research and knowledge?” Using a PechaKucha format (20 slides, shown for 20 seconds each), presenters will share stories about how their youth-engaged* research …

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Register for June 3 KT Connects on Knowledge democracy in action – Opening space for diverse ways of knowing

Want to learn how you can examine your role in democratizing and decolonizing knowledge towards justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion — and ultimately better wellness outcomes for all citizens? Join us for another exciting KT Connects session as Marika Sandrelli shares her work on knowledge democracy. What will be discussed: Knowledge democracy is about intentionally …

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Register for April 22 KT Connects “The 17-year gap: origin, evolution and relevancy”

Join us for another KT Connects session with Alison Hoens (physical therapy knowledge broker at UBC, ARC & CHEOS) and Gayle Scarrow (director of knowledge translation at Health Research BC) as they explore the origin, evolution and relevancy of the 17-year gap between research discovery and implementation. What will be discussed: This session will explore …

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Register Now for KT Connects Feb session

Join us for another exciting KT Connects session with Dr. Lise Olsen and Dr. Stephanie Glegg as they share how they use knowledge translation to promote inclusive physical activity practices for children and youth with diverse abilities. What will be discussed? This presentation will address the importance of physical activity participation for children with diverse …

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Register now for KT Connects – “Knowledge translation and public engagement: Using theory to build practice during the COVID-19 crisis”

Join us us on Friday, July 23 at 12 p.m. (PT) for this 45 minute webinar! Join us for another exciting KT Connects with Dr. Emily Rempel as she explores and shares lessons from the COVID-19 infodemic to create more effective knowledge translation response in times of crisis. Dr. Emily Rempel is a Red River Métis and …

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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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