Systems Thinking as Part of a Knowledge Translation (KT) Approach

How Our NeuroDevNet Team Used Systems Thinking to Improve Our Production of Research Summaries by Anneliese Poetz Knowledge Translation. Anneliese has experience writing plain language research summaries for policymakers, parents and teachers at the Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network and, in her most recent work for the National Collaborating Centre for

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Knowledge Mobilization Symposium on Research Impacts / Symposium sur la Mobilisation des connaissances et les retombées de la recherche

David Phipps is the KT Lead for NeuroDevNet and was chair of the NCE Knowledge Mobilization Symposium on June 27, 2016. This report provides a summary of each section and the detailed notes from participant discussions. This report highlights NCE practices for Governing for Impact and Monitoring/Evaluating Impact. Chef du transfert

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Infographics for Knowledge Translation

This week’s guest post written by Issac Coplan, comes from the NeuroDevNet KT blog KT Core-ner. It was originally published on April 8, 2015 and is reposted here with permission. The word infographic is an abbreviation of the term “Information Graphic”. Increasingly, these forms of data visualization have used in knowledge

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Knowledge Translation is like Cellophane

This week's blog first appeared on the NeuroDevNet Blog on October 9, 2014 and is reposted here with permission. Knowledge translation catalyzes the movement of research evidence into impacts on policy and practice. We see the research. We see the impacts. We don’t notice the knowledge translation. Knowledge translation is like

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First ResearchSnapshot Produced for NeuroDevNet / Premiers FlashRecherche en provenance de NeuroDevNet

This week's blog post is a guest post from NeuroDevNet Knowledge Translation Core manager, Anneliese Poetz. Ce billet d’invité nous parvient d’Anneliese Poetz, directrice du transfert des connaissances pour NeuroDevNet. FlashRecherche de NeuroDevNet sont également disponibles en français. NeuroDevNet is a Network of Centres of Excellence funded by the Federal government of Canada. There

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KT Post Cards from #BRAIN2013 – Day 1 – Diversity

[caption id="attachment_6222" align="alignright" width="300"] Anneliese Poetz and David Phipps[/caption] By David Phipps (RIR-York, writing as NeuroDevNet KT Core Lead) The Knowledge Translation (KT) Core for NeuroDevNet, a network of centres of excellence focused on research, training and KT for childhood neurodevelopmental disorders, is busy making connections at the 2013 Brain Conference. Hosted

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KT Post Cards from #BRAIN2013 – Day 0 (by the numbers)

By David Phipps (RIR-York, writing as NeuroDevNet KT Core Lead) On August 19,2013 York University announced that York's Knowledge Mobilization Unit was hosting the Knowledge Translation Core of NeuroDevNet, a Network of Centres of Excellence supporting research, training and KT for childhood neurodevelopmental disorders (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder,

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