End-of-grant KT workshop accepting applications

9 June 2014

A new workshop co-sponsored by MSFHR and the Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute (VCHRI) will help researchers and trainees learn how to develop an end-of-grant knowledge translation plan.

The half-day workshop, scheduled for Oct. 23, 2014, is open to researchers and trainees interested in learning how to incorporate knowledge translation into their grants. Led by Sharon Straus, director of the knowledge translation program at Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital, the workshop aims to help participants understand the difference between end-of-grant KT and integrated KT while providing a framework for writing an end-of-grant KT section.

Some seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The remaining seats will be allocated to ensure diverse, well-distributed representation across the VCHRI research community

> Download the course flyer (PDF)

Applications are now open and will be accepted until Sept. 4, 2014.

How to apply?

  1. Personal information
    Individuals or teams can apply. Please include name, title/position, department/unit, organization, and email.
  2. Research summary
    Please describe in one paragraph the lay summary of your research.

Submit your application to:

Kerri Abramson
kerri.abramson@vch.ca
604.875.4111 ext. 67793

All applications selected for the workshop will be notified by Sept. 15, 2014.

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