KT Encounters: Research Users
Research partnerships: Tips & trips
Filmed and produced by MSFHR. Post-production by the Knowledge Mobilization Studio. Speaker titles and affiliations correct at time of filming.
When there is strong engagement between researchers and researcher users on a team, evidence is more likely to inform policy, practice and further research. We know that forging research collaborations between researchers and research users can be both rewarding and challenging. These videos offer a number of considerations for researchers and research users alike on how they can work more effectively with each other.
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- Bev Holmes | VP, Research & Impact, MSFHR (Host)
- Chris McBride | Executive Director, Spinal Cord Injury BC
A solution in search of a problem?
Engaging the community
Key elements to a good partnership
How users can help 'get it right'
The knowledge production problem and exploiting differences
Resources to support continued learning
- A Guide to Researcher and Knowledge-User Collaboration in Health Research
- Can scientists and policy makers work together?
- Expanding our understanding of K*(KT, KT, KTT, KMb, KB, KM, etc.)
- Good thinking: Six ways to bridge the gap between scientists and policy makers
- Guide to Knowledge Translation Planning at CIHR: Integrated and End-of-Grant Approaches
- In for the Long Haul: Knowledge Translation Between Academic and Nonprofit Organizations
- Integrated Knowledge Translation, in Knowledge Translation in Health Care: Moving from Evidence to Practice
- Knowledge Translation Planning Template
- Knowledge Translation Planning Tools for Allergic Disease Researchers
- Researcher-decision maker-partnerships in health services research: Practical challenges, guiding principles