ResearchSnapshots, Evidence Exchange Network for Mental Health and Addictions (EENet)

Evidence Exchange Network (EENet) [http://eenet.ca/] has partnered with the Knowledge Mobilization Unit at York University to produce Research Snapshots in the field of mental health and addictions in Ontario. EENet actively promotes the use of research evidence in decision-making by supporting engagement and connections between researchers and mental health and addictions stakeholders across Ontario. EENet […]

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Research Summary, Canadian Observatory on Homelessness

The Homeless Hub, developed by the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness (COH) [http://homelesshub.ca/COH], houses nearly 30,000 resources on homelessness. Among these resources are a number of plain-language reports, E-books, tool kits, lesson plans, infographics and more, designed to be accessible and useful to anyone working, researching or legislating on homelessness. The Homeless Hub also produces clear […]

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ResearchSnapshots, Gambling Research Exchange Ontario (GREO)

Research Snapshots are plain language summaries of gambling and problem gambling literature. Monthly scans of gambling journals are conducted to find the most relevant knowledge. Peer-reviewed articles are then summarized to turn knowledge into action. GREO has partnered with Research Impact Canada to produce and validate the Research Snapshot template. The Snapshot format highlights the […]

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Research SNAPS, McMaster University

Research SNAPS are short, readable summaries of McMaster research projects that showcase the variety of research conducted across the University and emphasize why research matters. Each short, readable “snap” profiles a unique research publication or project. The series was named the 2017 recipient of the SSHRC Award of Excellence for Communications at the Canadian Public […]

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ResearchSnapshots, York University

ResearchSnapshots are summaries of single research studies. As such, they serve to identify interesting and relevant research and a researcher who may be contacted for further information. Policy or practice related decisions are best informed by actionable messages derived from bodies of knowledge or from systematic reviews. ResearchSnapshots were developed under a grant from the […]

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