KT Training & Events
MSFHR supports knowledge translation (KT) in BC by working with local, provincial and national partners to offer a range of KT training opportunities.
Upcoming MSFHR KT events
|May 7, 2018
17:00 - 20:00
|Health xChange: How can we use research evidence to improve health policy and practice?
Host: MSFHR and Edge Collective
Sold out! Please add your name to the waitlist
|May 8-10, 2018||4th Fuse International Conference on Knowledge Exchange in Public Health
Hosts: MSFHR, BC Ministry of Health, Public Health Association of BC, Fuse Centre for Translational Research in Public Health
Registration now open
|June 7-8, 2018||KT Canada Scientific Meeting 2018
Host: KT Canada, supported by MSFHR
|June 8, 2018||Ready, Set, Improve Care! A workshop to help you move evidence into policy & practice
Hosts: MSFHR, Island Health
Open to teams with at least one Island Health team member. Apply by April 9, 2018
KT training workshops
The MSFHR KT team offers training to help researchers, research teams and research users to increase the impact of health research evidence. Workshop participants learn foundational and advanced skills in knowledge translation and implementation practice.
The KT team currently offers two workshops:
- KT basics: For those new to knowledge translation, this workshop is provides an overview of the key concepts: what is KT, why is KT important and how to embed KT into practice.
- Getting started with implementation: This workshop is designed for health care teams with some experience in KT and evidence ready to put into practice or policy. Using a hands on approach, teams are guided through the process of assessing context readiness, developing a theoretically informed change strategy, forming implementation teams and setting up an evaluation.
Since 2011, MSFHR has trained over 600 people in collaboration with:
Please note, some workshops are restricted to the staff and affiliates of the host organization. If you are interested in hosting an MSFHR KT workshop at your organization, please contact Gen Creighton, Manager, Knowledge Translation.
Our KT team provides one-to-one advice on the development of KT plans within research project proposals. Please contact Gayle Scarrow, Director, Knowledge Translation, for details.