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KT Encounters blog: Bev Holmes and Allan Best propose six interdependent actions for maximising knowledge mobilization in complex systems such as health care. Originally published on Integration and Implementation Insights.

 

KT Encounters blog: Dr. Heather Gainforth, Assistant Professor in the School of Health and Exercise Sciences, UBCO, shares her recommendations for forging strong, long-term relationships with community organizations.

KT Encounters blog: Chris McBride, executive director of Spinal Cord Injury BC, shares his perspectives on how to get community organizations to say yes to an integrated KT project.

Ralph Pantophlet with his undergrads and Iveta Demirova

Under the mentorship of MSFHR Scholar Ralph Pantophlet, a 16-year-old New Westminster Secondary student is channelling her energy into science, recently claiming top honours in one of the most prestigious biotechnology competitions for high school students.

A summer speakers series, Scholars Go Public, will bring together journalists and researchers to discuss critical approaches on knowledge translation in the media.

A summer speakers series, Scholars Go Public, will bring together journalists and researchers to discuss critical approaches on knowledge translation in the media.

In anticipation of the upcoming 16th Annual Healthcare Summit in Kelowna, MSFHR President and CEO Dr. Diane Finegood sat down to share her views on the future of Canadian health care.

In anticipation of the upcoming 16th Annual Healthcare Summit in Kelowna, MSFHR President and CEO Dr. Diane Finegood sat down to share her views on the future of Canadian health care.

In a new blog post, Dr. Genevieve Creighton explains how researchers can be public scholars, ready to step into media conversations with the latest findings and innovative ways of thinking about mental health.

In a new blog post, Dr. Genevieve Creighton explains how researchers can be public scholars, ready to step into media conversations with the latest findings and innovative ways of thinking about mental health.