Request for Info on Multi-Site KT Collaboratives

Hi everyone, I’m looking to see if anyone out there has some information they’d be willing to share about creating governance models, processes, work flows, and evaluation models for KT collaboratives. I’m part of a joint-hospital initiative, which stemmed from harmonizing clinical and research processes around a shared EHR. As we look towards building the …

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KT Connects – Engaging with policy makers through media: a 101 for researchers during a time of pandemics

Join us for another exciting KT Connects webinar – This month, Michelle Stack will share how to “Engage with policy makers through media: a 101 for researchers during a time of pandemics” The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of ensuring that health policy and practices are evidence-informed. It would be optimal if all policy …

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KT Connects webinar – “Knowledge Translation and Behaviour Science Change: Building Communities in a pre- and post-pandemic world”

Join us this month as 2018 Trainee Dr. Jasmin Ma discusses “Knowledge Translation and Behaviour Science Change: Building Communities in a pre- and post-pandemic world”. What will be discussed? During these difficult times, physical distancing measures have many of us longing for social connectedness. Dr. Jasmin Ma will discuss how knowledge translation and behaviour change science can …

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KT Connects Webinar – How to do KT in a pandemic?

Join us and Dr. Sarah Munro (2016 Trainee, 2019 Scholar) on May 29 for a special KT Connects webinar on doing knowledge translation in a pandemic.   KT Connects is a series of knowledge translation training webinars featuring BC-based experts. Join us this month as 2016 Trainee and 2019 Scholar Dr. Sarah Munro discusses “How to do knowledge …

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Register for March 27th KT Connects webinar

Register today for the next KT Connects – a series of knowledge translation training webinars featuring BC-based experts!  Join us this month as Dr. Clayon Hamilton talks about  “Measuring the quality of patient engagement as partners on research projects” “Partnerships between researchers and patients to work together on projects is becoming increasingly central to health research in …

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new on-demand workshop: Connecting People and Science in a Post-truth World

Do you communicate science or knowledge to stakeholders, the public, patients, parents? Do you have to debunk myths or celebrity-driven nonsense? Is your message getting through? Thanks to a growing distrust of science, the establishment, authority and expertise (not to mention the growing footprint of celebrities, social media, narcissism-related behaviours, fake news and plain old …

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KT Connects (Webinar Series) Returns January 31 – Register Now!

KT Connects, a series of beginner-level training webinars for researchers and trainees, returns to the airwaves in 2020. Kicking off the new year will be Karine Souffez, associate director of knowledge exchange at UBC. Karine will present the exciting work of UBC’s new Knowledge Exchange (Kx) Unit and how they are working to engage the academic community. She …

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Enrollment to The Center for Implementation’s comprehensive 6-week online course – “Designing for Implementation” – is now open

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. Our mission at The Center for Implementation is to accelerate the application of implementation science to improve outcomes. Designing for Implementation is a new …

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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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#KMb Journal Club – Engaging Indigenous Youth Through Popular Theatre: Knowledge Mobilization of Indigenous Peoples’ Perspectives on Access to Healthcare Services

http://bit.ly/2KPQY5Y Plazas, P.C., Cameron, B.L., Milford, K., Hunt L.R., Bourque-Bearskin, L., & Salas A.S. (2018). Engaging Indigenous youth through popular theatre: Knowledge mobilization of Indigenous peoples’ perspectives on access to healthcare services. Action Research, 1-18 https://doi.org/10.1177/1476750318789468 Click this link for the journal club post