A presentation by Kate Pahl, a Reader in Literacies in Education at the University of Sheffield. Event Details Tuesday, November 6, 2012, 4-6 pm Hospital for Sick Children Child Health Evaluative Sciences Research Institute Room 1218 Download the Presentation Whose Research Is It Anyway? (PDF) Topic “In this presentation I will talk about community university …
The slides from Siân Ringrose’s presentation, “The Scottish Model for Translating Research into Practice: Scottish Agricultural College’s Unique Role as a KTE Provider” (July 12, 2012) are now available on the website under Presentations.
The PowerPoint slides from Sarah Morton’s June 6 presentation have been posted. See ““What Really Makes an Impact? Understanding Research Use in Different Contexts.”
The slides from Jacqueline Tetroe’s talk at the June 17 KTECOP meeting, “Knowledge Translation in Health Care: A CIHR Perspective,” are now available under Presentations.
Bring a Friend to the CoP, June 17, 2010 Two presentations and a networking reception are planned for Thursday, June 17, 4:30-7:30pm, at the Faculty Club, University of Toronto, 41 Wilcocks Street, Toronto. Dr. Melanie Barwick (SickKids/U Toronto) will present on “Results of the KT Professionals Survey: Building a Competency Framework and Professional Certification Program” …
Slides from the February 26 presentation by Carole Estabrooks are now available, along with notes by community member Dr. David Last. See Exploring the Applicability of Research to the Practice of Knowledge Translation.
Three presentations from the April 2, 2008, meeting are now available to download. See Communities of Practice.
On Wednesday, January 23, 2008, Dr. David Phipps presented to the KTE Community of Practice on York University’s Office of Research Services and its knowledge mobilization initiatives. For more information, or to download a copy David’s presentation, see Knowledge Mobilization Innovations.