Join the Toronto chapter of the KTECOP on Thursday, June 8, 2017, from 4 to 6 pm, for a presentation by Mark Pearson, who is visiting us from the UK to share his insights and expertise on practice-research collaboration, implementation and knowledge transfer.
Join the Toronto chapter of the KTE CoP on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 4-6 pm, to hear about important aspects of assessing the implementation context and tailoring programs accordingly.
The Toronto chapter of KTECOP invites you to a presentation on Monday, March 27, 2017, by Dr. Tamika Heiden, founder and principal of Knowledge Translation Australia, a consultancy designed to facilitate KT learning and practice within research institutions and to broker relationships between industry and universities.
On March 30th, The Hospital for Sick Children and KT Australia bring you: Social Media for the Modern Day Scientist Evidence shows that #socialmedia supports knowledge translation. Did you know that highly Tweeted peer-review publications are cited up to 20 times more than others? Social media also provides a platform to broaden your audience, connect with decision makers, and …
The Knowledge Translation Program at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto invites you to register for a KT Basics workshop on February 13-14, 2017. NOTE: The application deadline has been EXTENDED to January 16, 2017.
The Toronto chapter of KTECOP invites you to a webinar by David Phipps (ResearchImpact-RéseauImpactRecherche) and Matthew McKean (Conference Board of Canada) on Friday, December 9, 2016.
The Toronto chapter of KTECOP invites you to a presentation by Dr. Travis Sztainert from the Gambling Research Exchange Ontario (GREO), on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, 4:00-6:00 pm, at the Institute for Work and Health.
The Toronto chapter of KTECOP invites you to a presentation by Vicky Ward, Associate Professor of Knowledge Mobilisation at the University of Leeds, UK, on Thursday, June 23, 4-6 pm.
The Toronto chapter of KTECOP invites you to a presentation by the Ontario Brain Institute’s Knowledge Translation and Outreach team.
MICH is a six-year SSHRC Partnership Grant held at York University that focuses on the contribution of Inuit visual culture, art, and performance to Inuit language preservation, social well-being, and cultural identity.