The following webinars have been posted to the BCKTCoP YouTube channel:
June 8, 2016 – Kelly Warmington, SickKids Knowledge Translation Program Manager | Knowledge Translation Professional Development in Canada. As the field of knowledge translation (KT) continues to grow and change so do the professional development opportunities for KT professionals. This webinar outlined various KT education opportunities available across Canada and highlight the evolution of the KT training offered at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
March 2, 2016 – Jude Kornelsen, UBC Assistant Professor & Co-Director, Centre for Rural Health Research | How to Win Friends and Influence Health Planning: Lessons from the Edges of Collaborative Health Services Research. The Applied Policy Research Unit is part of the Centre for Rural Health Research that is dedicated to moving primary research on rural health services into policy and decision-making. Three years in, this unit has achieved some successes and can provide some cautionary tales to others embarking on applied policy research.
June 17, 2015- Stephanie Glegg, Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children | Strategies & Tools to Get Evidence into Practice: The CDR Evidence Centre Model. The Child Development & Rehabilitation (CDR) Evidence Centre is a virtual centre established by Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children that aims to accelerate the benefits of research for children and youth with special needs.
April 22, 2015 – David Phipps, Knowledge Mobilization Unit, York University | Knowledge Mobilization Supports Progress from Research to Impact. ResearchImpact (RIR) is a pan-Canadian network of 11 universities committed to maximizing the impact of academic research for the social, economic, environmental and health benefits of Canadians. RIR is committed to developing institutional capacities to support knowledge mobilization by developing and sharing knowledge mobilization best practices, services and tools.
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