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

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KT Connects: Knowledge Translation Webinar Series
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Blogging as a Vessel for Knowledge Translation: Turning Numbers into Narrative
Featuring: Natasha Kolida, M.Ed. University of British Columbia; Founder, Redefining Bipolar
Time: January 26, 2018 12:00-13:00 PST
This webinar is an introduction to creative media and knowledge translation meant for use as research-to-practice or educational purposes. Specifically, it will focus on the medium of blogging and how to make scholarly work accessible to the general population and/or a target population using this creative outlet. Key topics of discussion will include dismantling the knowledge translation process, building a narrative, understanding language and purpose, logistics, and ethics. The webinar is tailored for researchers and health professionals, and will focus on mental health and mental illness for examples.
Learning Objectives:
– Examine blogging as a creative method for making scholarly work more accessible
– Explore the impact of blogging as a research dissemination activity
– Consider the value and complexity of narrative in relation to research implementation
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