Specialist Knowledge Translation Training (for Graduate Students) 2019

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A well-developed knowledge translation (KT) plan is often a proposal requirement for health research funding agencies in Canada and abroad. In addition, various sectors are demonstrating greater attention to the utilization and impact of research. The Specialist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTT™) workshop was developed on the premise that scientists, and increasingly, other practitioners and educators, are agents of change in creating research impact, promoting research utilization, and ensuring that research findings reach the appropriate audiences. This course was designed to teach the unique skill set that surrounds KT practice.

This is a one day introduction to knowledge translation planning and practice for graduate students.

A well-developed knowledge translation (KT) plan is often a proposal requirement for health research in Canada and abroad. In addition, there has been a greater attention to the utilization and impact of research. The Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTT™) workshop was developed on the premise that scientists are agents of change in creating research impact, promoting research utilization, and ensuring that research findings reach the appropriate audiences. This course was designed to teach the unique skill set that surrounds KT practice.

This is a one day introduction to knowledge translation planning and practice for graduate students.
A well-developed knowledge translation (KT) plan is often a proposal requirement for health research in Canada and abroad. In addition, there has been a greater attention to the utilization and impact of research. The Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTT™) workshop was developed on the premise that scientists are agents of change in creating research impact, promoting research utilization, and ensuring that research findings reach the appropriate audiences. This course was designed to teach the unique skill set that surrounds KT practice.

This is a one day introduction to knowledge translation planning and practice for graduate students.
A well-developed knowledge translation (KT) plan is often a proposal requirement for health research in Canada and abroad. In addition, there has been a greater attention to the utilization and impact of research. The Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTT™) workshop was developed on the premise that scientists are agents of change in creating research impact, promoting research utilization, and ensuring that research findings reach the appropriate audiences. This course was designed to teach the unique skill set that surrounds KT practice.

This is a one day introduction to knowledge translation planning and practice for graduate students.
A well-developed knowledge translation (KT) plan is often a proposal requirement for health research in Canada and abroad. In addition, there has been a greater attention to the utilization and impact of research. The Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTT™) workshop was developed on the premise that scientists are agents of change in creating research impact, promoting research utilization, and ensuring that research findings reach the appropriate audiences. This course was designed to teach the unique skill set that surrounds KT practice.

This is a one day introduction to knowledge translation planning and practice for graduate students.

Course Objectives

In this course, participants will:

  • Develop improved knowledge and understanding of KT as it relates to healthcare and other sectors
  • Learn about evidence-based and innovative KT strategies and develop awareness of how to evaluate impact
  • Learn to develop KT plans using the KT Planning Template
  • Improve their ability to communicate research findings to multiple (non-academic) audiences

 

Details

  • When

  • Wednesday, May 8, 2019
    8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    Eastern Time Zone

  • Where

  • The Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning
    686 Bay Street
    Toronto, Ontario M5G 0A4
    Canada
    416-813-7654 Ext. 228189

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