KT Encounters is a blog and video series designed to challenge our thinking and deepen understanding about knowledge translation (KT), the broad range of activities meant to improve the use of research evidence in practice, policy and further research.
We invited Canadian KT experts including researchers and practitioners to "dive deep" into some of the provocative issues and challenges facing the practice of KT to help those who do KT, do it better.
KT Encounters videos
- Research users: Dr. Bev Holmes (MSFHR) and Dr. Chris McBride (Spinal Cord Injury BC) discuss how researchers and research users can work together more effectively.
- Terminology: A panel of expert researchers and research users discuss KT terminology and how to talk about KT in a way that builds bridges between all participants.
- KT 2.0: A panel of KT experts discuss the future of KT and what might be possible in the field.
KT Encounters blogs
- Supporting patients as partners in health research
Colleen McGavin, patient engagement lead for the BC SUPPORT Unit and active patient partner
- Choose to Move: Speeding up the knowledge-to-action cycle
Christa Hoy, evaluation manager in the Active Aging Research Team at the Centre for Hip Health and Mobility
- Researching and living with bipolar disorder: Crafting reciprocal relationships
Natasha Kolida, a graduate student at University of British Columbia who both researches and lives with bipolar disorder
- Who or what is ‘the community’ in community-based research?
Dr. Olivier Ferlatte, a post-doctoral research fellow at the Men’s Health Research program at the UBC School of Nursing
- The mighty morphing issues of power in participatory research
Carla Hilario, PhD candidate in the School of Nursing at the University of British Columbia
- Reflections on equity issues in iKT
Dr. Cindy Holmes, adjunct professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University and 2013 Research Trainee
- Six actions to mobilize knowledge in complex systems
Bev Holmes, MSFHR's acting president & CEO and Allan Best, managing director, InSource Research Group
- Commitment issues (part 2): How to foster long-term collaborations with community organizations – a researcher’s perspective
Dr. Heather Gainforth, assistant professor in the School of Health and Exercise Sciences at the University of British Columbia
- Commitment issues (part 1): How to get my organization to say yes to an integrated KT project
Dr. Chris McBride, executive director of Spinal Cord Injury BC