Knowledge Translation to Advance Clinical Care : Webinar : February 23, 2018

Co-hosted by the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research and Arthritis Research Canada, KT Connects is a monthly series of beginner-level training webinars for researchers and trainees to learn how to embed KT in their work. For more information and archived recordings, visit www.msfhr.org/ktconnects Please join us for our next webinar on Friday February 23, […]

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Free Access to Building the Concept of Research Impact Literacy Article

We are pleased to announce that this article written by Julie Bayley and David Phipps and published in Evidence & Policy, was one of the Journal’s top five most read articles published in 2017. Due to its popularity, the article will be free to access during the month of February 2018. You can access the […]

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2018 Call for Content for the Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum

The following post was first published on January 27, 2018 on the Institute for Knowledge Mobilization’s website at www.knowledgemobilization.net/2018-call-content-canadian-knowledge-mobilization-forum Mobilizing Evidence for Human Rights and the Social Development Goals Call for Content #CKF18 WORD form to contribute content: CKF18 Call for Content Form Click here to REGISTER Please use one form per contribution – multiple […]

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Knowledge Mobilization Within Large Scale Science Projects – January 23, 2018 – Waterloo, ON

This event is being hosted by the Guelph/Kitchener Waterloo Knowledge Translation and Transfer Community of Practice. For more information, please visit their website at guelphkttcommunity.ca Description This moderated panel discussion will draw on the experiences of the panel, with discussion questions raised with the audience to identify the practices and challenges to knowledge mobilization within […]

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Blogging as a Vessel for Knowledge Translation: Turning Numbers into Narrative – Webinar – January 26, 2018

For full details on this webinar and to register, please visit https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4407716003584154882 KT Connects: Knowledge Translation Webinar Series Co-hosted by the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research and Arthritis Research Canada, KT Connects is a monthly series of beginner-level training webinars for researchers and trainees to learn how to embed KT in their work. For […]

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Recapping the Top Five Most Popular Posts of 2017 / Résumé des 5 billets les plus populaire de 2017

Here’s a look at the top five most popular blog posts in 2016. Revoici les cinq billets qui vous ont le plus intéressés. #1 – 252 views Watching Impact in the REF and How It Informs the Canadian Context / Le REF en observation : comment l’impact s’y manifeste, et son influence sur la situation […]

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Save the Date: ‘Impact of Science 2018’, June 14-15, 2017 in Ottawa

AESIS, the Network for Advancing & Evaluating the Societal Impact of Science, will be holding their annual connference, Impact of Science: Finding shared approached to assess, enable and accelerate impact on society on June 14 & 15, 2018 in Ottawa, Canada. Visit the conference website for full details and registration In 2018 the annual ‘Impact […]

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Merry Mobilizing!

Merry Mobilizing from the Knowledge Mobilization Unit at York University! From left to right: Simon Landry, Knowledge Mobilization Officer, VISTA Anneliese Poetz, Manager, KT Core, Kids Brain Health Sarah Howe, Director, Innovation York Rebecca Giblon, Research Translation Assistant, KMb Unit David Phipps, Executive Director, Research & Innovation Services Stacie Ross, KT Assistant, KT Core, Kids […]

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#ShitDavidSays About Impact #7: If Impact Occurred but No One Was There to Measure It… / #ShitDavidSays About Impact, no 6 : s’il y a un impact, mais que personne n’est là pour le mesurer…

If impact occurred but no one was there to measure it did anything ever really happen? In this 7th and final post in this series, David speaks about the importance of assessing research impacts because if we don’t how can we demonstrate the value of research to end beneficiaries? He points out the irony of […]

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#ShitDavidSays About Impact #6: Impact Is Measured at the Level of the User / #ShitDavidSays About Impact, no 6 : l’impact se mesure chez l’utilisateur

Probably the most important thing David says. Researchers don’t make impact, partners do. So why do we ask researchers to report on impact? C’est sans doute la chose la plus importante que dit David. L’impact ne se produit pas au départ, chez les chercheurs, mais à l’arrivée, chez les partenaires. Pourquoi, dans ce cas, demandons-nous […]

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