Lost in Knowledge Translation: How I found the way

Knowledge Translation Canada presents a webinar by Dr. Ian Graham, Vice President, Knowledge Translation, Canadian, Institutes of Health Research. The webinar took place on April 10, 2010. A video of the presentation is now available online: http://mediasite.otn.ca/mediasite41/Viewer/?peid=787fa72f80b14ed88272465d69426ab1 Learning Objectives   1. To better understand the knowledge to action process by going through a specific implementation …

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Knowledge Translation Training

The registration is now online for the July 26-27 2010 Scientist Knowledge Translation Training course (see link at bottom of page): Scientist Knowledge Translation Training Workshop Start date: Monday, July 26th , 2010 End date: Tuesday, July 27th , 2010 Time: 8am until 4pm Location: 123 Edward Street, Suite 1218,  Toronto Event Open To: Scientists, …

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How can health-evidence.ca help me?

Dear Public Health Decision Maker, Have you ever thought, Wouldn’t it be great if good quality reviews evaluating the effectiveness of interventions relevant to me were all located in one place? Register now for health-evidence.ca’s live webcast and learn how easy it is to search for and identify research evidence relevant to your decision making. …

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Dr. Carole Estabrooks: Exploring the Application of Research to the Practice of Knowledge Translation

Join us on Friday, February 26, 2010, for the next KTECOP meeting, featuring a workshop with Dr. Carole Estabrooks. Dr. Estabrooks is principal investigator with the Knowledge Utilization Studies Program, University of Alberta, and holds a Research Chair in Knowledge Translation. Carole is one of Canada’s leading researchers in knowledge translation. She will present her …

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YorkU’s KM Expo 2010 – register today!

Join us on Tuesday, March 2, 2010, when York University’s KM Unit will be hosting their third annual KM Expo at Le Parc in Richmond Hill. The theme of the YorkU KM Expo 2010 is “Bridging Cultural Boundaries: Push, Pull and Co-Production of Knowledge” and we will explore the unique cultural boundaries that exist between …

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KM Expo 2010: Bridging Cultural Boundaries

The Knowledge Mobilization Unit at York University invites you to participate in the 2010 KM Expo: Bridging Cultural Boundaries: push, pull and co-production of knowledge, on March 2, 2010. The 3rd annual KM Expo will explore the unique cultural boundaries that exist between university researchers, graduate students and their non-academic research collaborators from community organizations and government agencies.

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Clinical Practice Guidelines Institute – Save the date!

The Centre for Effective Practice announces an upcoming Clinical Practice Guidelines Institute (CPGI), scheduled to take place at the Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto, on April 24–25, 2010. The CPGI is intended for those individuals and organizations currently engaged in developing evidence-based clinical practice guidelines in Canada who wish to expand their knowledge …

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Scientist Knowledge Translation Training

A well-developed knowledge translation (KT) plan is emerging as a proposal requirement for health research in Canada and abroad, and there is greater attention to research utilization and research impact. The SKTT© training course was developed on the premise that scientists are agents of change in creating research impact, promoting research utilization, and ensuring their …

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Research-Based Dance as Knowledge Translation

Join us on Monday, December 7, 2009, for a fascinating Winter Solstice evening, featuring an exploration of Arts-Based Knowledge Translation. Please put aside the date and when we have the location, we will be in touch. We need to have an idea how many people we are expecting, so please contact Melanie at melanie.barwick@sickkids.ca so she …

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