Getting to Uptake: Leveraging Social Innovation for Practice Change

Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Toronto Board of Trade
1 First Canadian Place, Toronto

Details and Event Registration:
http://guest.cvent.com/EVENTS/Info/Invitation.aspx?e=6cf2f0b3-94a5-4fd2-b61d-b41d86ecef6e

The symposium will bring new ideas from business and social media enterprise to a gathering of experts from the children’s sectors to explore how social media innovations and new thinking might leverage organizational or practice change in education and mental health.

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Developing a Professional Certification in KT at the University of Toronto

The summer is over and we are getting the new year rolling with a wonderful presentation from Melanie Barwick on the development of a professional certification for KT. This is something that our community has been asking for, and I am sure you would all like to find out what Melanie has been up to …

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Register now for “KTE 2.0: What’s the Point of 2.0?”

Join KTECOP for a half-day workshop to explore the impact of social media (wikis, blogs, twitter, RSS, etc.) on knowledge transfer and exchange. See the Draft Agenda for details. Monday, October 5, 2009 1:00-5:30 pm Gerstein Science Information Centre 9 King’s College Circle, University of Toronto This event is free of charge, but space is …

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Scientist Knowledge Translation Training Workshop

Hospital for Sick Children Monday, August 31 and Tuesday, September 1 2009 Time: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Fee: $300 (includes KT Manual, KT Planning Template, KT Certificate of Completion) Limited registration to 25 people. Lunch served both days. See link for registration and curriculum details: http://guest.cvent.com/i.aspx?1Q,M3,b7d04d50-e547-4433-9b9d-46b6761a5d4a A well-developed knowledge translation (KT) plan is emerging …

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Implementation Science: A Letter from the UK

Knowledge Translation Canada Research Network presents a talk by Dr. Martin Eccles, William Leech Professor of Primary Care Research and Professor of Clinical Effectiveness, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

Date: Thursday, December 11, 2008 12:00 – 13:00 EST
Location: St. Michael’s Hospital, 2nd Fl, Bond Wing, Room 2-010, Toronto

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Incentives and Infrastructure for Knowledge Mobilization Workshop

Knowledge Mobilization Works (www.knowledgemobilization.net) presents the launch of a new workshop series focused on improving our understanding of Knowledge Mobilization. The first workshop is in Ottawa, on January 23, 2009. The topic is Incentives and Infrastructure for Knowledge Mobilization. For more information, please follow this link: www.regonline.ca/63361_674577N Please feel free to share this with your …

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Knowledge Transfer Strategies Need to Engage Citizens to Be Successful

Canadian Policy Research Networks has published several presentations from the recent Knowledge in Motion Conference (October 16-18, 2008) at Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland. The October 30, 2008 edition of CPRN’s e-newsletter notes: “Successfully transferring knowledge is essential for research institutions seeking to influence public policy and lay the groundwork for implementing change. At …

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From the Chairs: A Discussion of Knowledge Translation Research

Come to the KTE Community of Practice dinner and panel discussion, on Monday, November 17, 2008, 6-9 pm, at Matignon Restaurant, 51 St. Nicholas Street, Toronto. Cost: $40. This evening will not only feature excellent French cuisine but will provide the KTE Community of Practice members with an opportunity to hear updates and discussion from …

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