Welcome to KTECOP

The Canadian Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Community of Practice (KTECOP) is a network of KTE practitioners and researchers who share KTE practices and experience, build peer relationships for information exchange and support, build KTE capacity, advance knowledge of KTE effectiveness, and share KTE events, job opportunities and other related KTE activities. More »

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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Recruiting for COVID-19 study on stigma, fear, and misinformation

Looking for healthcare providers and policymakers! Consider participating in a research study with the Knowledge Translation Program to share your thoughts and perceptions on how stigma, fear and misinformation spreads during a pandemic or public health crisis. We are aiming to develop tools to combat stigma, fear and misinformation during the COVID-19 pandemic and other …

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Education Manager at The Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging

The Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging (RIA) is a charitable non-profit organization that partners with the University of Waterloo, Conestoga College, and Schlegel Villages to enhance the care and quality of life for older adults. Through collaborations with key partners and stakeholders, RIA supports practice-relevant research and knowledge mobilization. Research evidence is used to inform …

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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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Job posting: Exciting opportunity for a Knowledge Translation and Exchange Specialist to join a great team and let your data visualization skills shine!

The Mamow Ahyamowen partnership is seeking a full-time Applied Knowledge Translation and Exchange Specialist for one year with the potential for contract renewal. The position will be hosted by Dr. Jennifer Walker, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Health at Laurentian University and will report to Mamow Ahyamowen’s Project Manager. About the Position: The successful candidate develops …

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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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ONLINE WORKSHOP: connecting science and society in the disinformation age

Thank you to everybody who attended last week’s introductory webinar on how to communicate science in the fact of disinformation or when nobody’s listening. We are now accepting registrations to the full workshop (1-2-hour online sessions on June 22, 23, 24). Find out more here: https://researchimpactacademy.com/workshop-communication-in-post-truth-world/      

FREE webinar: Connecting People and Society in the Disinformation Age

It’s not much fun communicating science these days, is it? Opinion seems to count more than facts. Everybody’s got their back up about something. And every subject seems to be a target for polarization—starting with covid-19 and running all the way from climate change, agricultural technology (eg: gene editing, glyphosate), food (eg: gluten, fad diets) …

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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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