Knowledge translation learners now have more ways to support their learning, thanks to some new upgrades to KT Pathways, a KT digital assessment and learning tool.
Funding is available to support knowledge translation activities for BC researchers. Application deadline is June 4, 2021.
The 2020 C2 and Reach award recipients are co-creating and disseminating research to increase its impact on British Columbians.
MSFHR has collaborated with a multidisciplinary team of spinal cord injury researchers, research users, and funders to co-develop guiding principles to support research partnerships.
Thank you to all who attended our KT Connects webinar series in 2020 and helped make it a huge success! We are sharing some pearls of wisdom from this year’s speakers, along with their recorded sessions and recommended resources to help you in your KT journey.
We’re offering to provide travel funding and registration fees for up to three BC-based research trainees accepted to attend the 2020 KT Canada Summer Institute. Read on for details.
In September, MSFHR will offer its first KT Train-the-Trainer workshop. This three-day course is designed to strengthen participants’ training and facilitation skills; it will focus on how to develop and lead participatory activities and create engaging processes for diverse groups of learners.
2020 means double the fun: In addition to our Vancouver event, we’re bringing Health xChange to Kelowna. Our call for presenters is now open.
Join us on January 31 from 12 to 12:45 p.m. PT for the first KT Connects webinar of 2020 featuring Karine Souffez, associate director of knowledge exchange at UBC. Read on for more.
After three years of sold-out events, Health xChange is back, asking: How can youth-led and youth-engaged approaches help to re-define research?