You’re invited – The Future Skills Needed for Knowledge Mobilization

Toronto In Person event – Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum Gathering The Future Skills Needed for Knowledge Mobilization – Friday, June 17, 2022 You are warmly invited to attend an afternoon in-person event as part of the 2022 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum (CKF).  This event has been organized by the Knowledge Mobilization (KMb) Unit at York …

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Online Presentation: Art-Based Knowledge Mobilization at the CRRS

The Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies at the University of Toronto presents its second Fellows Workshop on Tuesday, April 12, 4:00-5:30 pm (EDT). The two talks will analyze artworks as a source of knowledge about scholars and scholarship. Follow this link for details and registration to the live zoom session. Dr. William Barker Inglis …

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One day left! Register for “Are we making a difference? Robust approaches to planning, monitoring and achieving outcomes”

You have only one day to register for the KTE COP Toronto Chapter’s next speaking event with Dr. Sarah Morton, Director, Outcome Focus and Honorary Fellow, University of Edinburgh. Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2020 Time: 4 – 6 PM (Eastern Time) This event will be available by webinar or in person at: Institute for Work …

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Are we making a difference? Robust approaches to planning, monitoring and achieving outcomes

On March 11th, 2020, the KTE COP Toronto Chapter hosted a speaking event with Dr. Sarah Morton, Director, Outcome Focus and Honorary Fellow, University of Edinburgh. Watch the webinar recording and download the presentation slides. About the Presentation Increasingly organizations and services are asked to deliver better outcomes to the people and communities they serve. …

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Enrollment to ‘Inspiring Change’, free online mini-course, is open again for a limited time

Change is hard. Learning about implementation science can help. Understanding and applying implementation science to your own work can be both rewarding and daunting. Most people want easy-to-follow guidance on how to use the best practices from implementation science to inform their own projects and work. Join over 1500 professionals who enrolled when the course was first launched.    Following …

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KTE COP speaking event: Prioritizing stakeholder mapping and engagement

On September 24, 2019, the KTE COP Toronto Chapter welcomed speaker David Walugembe, who presented on “Prioritizing stakeholder mapping and engagement: Essential for institutionalizing KT practice.” View the webinar recording. Download the related resources: Fostering implementation of health services research findings into practice: a consolidated framework for advancing implementation science (Damschroder 2009 CFIR IS) Dynamic_KT_Capacity_model …

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Practicing Knowledge Translation (PKT) Course – October 7-11, 2019

Are you interested in learning about how to apply the science of Knowledge Translation (KT) to your real-world projects? Here at the Knowledge Translation Program, we understand that applying KT can be challenging, and through our Practicing Knowledge Translation (PKT) course we aim to support you as you build your KT knowledge and skills.   …

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Accepting Applications: Knowledge Translation Professional Certificate (KTPC) – October 21-25, 2019

APPLICATIONS DUE WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7, 2019! KTPC is a five-day professional development initiative for knowledge translation (KT) professionals (ie. knowledge brokers, KT specialists, KT managers). Participation in this week-long intensive requires some background in KT. The curriculum focuses on the core competencies of KT work in Canada, as identified by a survey of KT practitioners. These competencies include …

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KTE COP speaking event: Creating an ecosystem in which impact can thrive

On May 23rd, 2019, the Toronto chapter of the KTE CoP held a speaking event to explore how we can create an ecosystem in which impact can thrive. Watch the recorded webinar. About this event The research sector is changing at pace and disruption is being felt significantly within the traditional publishing industry. Governments globally …

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