Engaging knowledge users in basic science — tips, tricks, and lessons learned
February 26, 2021
Dr. Jens Vent-Schmidt, PhD, Experimental Science & Educational Consultant, UBC
- Identify knowledge users for their research findings.
- Plan strategies for sharing research findings with knowledge users.
- Consider ways to integrate knowledge users’ insights into the research program.
Dr. Terri-Lynn Fox - Director of Wellness programs, Black Tribe Dept of Health, Inc
Cheryl Koehn - President, Arthritis Consumer Experts
July 22, 2022
Walking with the Arthritis community on the path forward towards Truth and Reconciliation
In 2021, Dr. Terri-Lynn Fox and Cheryl Koehn came together as Indigenous Scholar, settler/colonial and persons living with rheumatoid arthritis to walk together on a path forward towards Truth and Reconciliation. Speakers will discuss how an Indigenous-led initiative, the Arthritis Learning Circle, has developed into lead several community-driven action projects. The webinar will also touch on deliberate and meaningful design that upholds reciprocity, accountability, and transparency throughout different phases of action.
After this webinar, participants can:
- Describe how an Indigenous-led initiative formed on Turtle Island-Canada is leading community-driven action.
- Discuss approaches to uphold reciprocity, accountability, and transparency at each stage of community-driven action.
Friday, July 22 at Noon to 1 pm (PT)
Post webinar FIRESIDE CHAT – Meet the researchers
KT Connects invites you to stick around after each webinar for a chance to explore your own goals in KT with our esteemed guest speakers. This post-webinar session is open to anyone who wants to gain insight to better incorporate KT into their research or who may be considering a career in KT. It is also an opportunity to connect with other attendees interested in KT. The fireside chat will happen right after the webinar ends.
Friday, July 22 at 1 to 1:30 pm (PT)