To assist you in your exploration of knowledge translation (KT), the following resources have been compiled. This list is not meant to be exhaustive; you’re encouraged to search out and explore the myriad of KT resources available on KT models and theories, strategies, the practice of KT, and the study (called KT science, implementation science or dissemination and implementation research), and evaluation of KT.
Where to look for additional sources of information?
- You will find numerous resources available online including videos, academic and grey literature, communities of practice, KT newsletters, etc.
- Many universities, health authorities, research institutes, non-profits and other organizations that produce and/or use health research evidence also offer support for the KT activities of their staff and/or affiliates. These may be offered through a variety of departments including but not limited to, communications, university-industry liaison, and education/professional development.
- Finally, look for KT mentors and or resources among your colleagues and networks — you will find that many individuals actively engage in KT activities as part of their daily research, practice and/or policy-making and are happy to share their learnings.
> Learn more about KT at MSFHR
> KT Connects: Knowledge Translation webinar series
> KT Encounters video series
> Blog post: "Does all knowledge need to be translated? By every researcher?"
by Dr. Bev Holmes, MSFHR Vice-President, Research & Impact
Index of Resources
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