MSFHR publishes two blogs: Forward Thinking and KT Encounters plus occasional guest blogs.

Forward Thinking, MSFHR's staff blog, examines what it takes to be a responsive and responsible research funder and explores the world in which research funders operate today. 

KT Encounters is a series of guest blog posts which is designed to challenge our thinking and deepen our understanding about knowledge translation (KT), the broad range of activities meant to improve the use of research evidence in practice, policy and further research.

MSFHR's Dr. Les Grad provides a window into how we design, develop and evaluate our programs to ensure they achieve their goals and realize their desired impact.

In this installment of our Forward Thinking blog, Bev Holmes talks KT strategy and evaluation, and challenges funders to take a look at their KT activities for maximum impact.

KT Encounters blog: Iva Cheung outlines the importance of plain-language summaries and how they are key to effective knowledge translation.

MSFHR's Gayle Scarrow explores how a funder can contribute to the science of KT.

KT Encounters blog: Dr. Sana Shahram shares how she found a way to bring her passion and expertise around health equity from academic theory to practical application.

MSFHR's Dr. Gen Creighton explores the parallels between the implementation of research evidence and the role of the research funder. 

MSFHR's Dr. Zena Sharman outlines what we know about gender equity in health research funding, what we wish we knew, and the steps MSFHR is taking to foster gender equity in our programs.