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The Canadian Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Community of Practice (KTECOP), formerly the Ontario Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Community of Practice,1) offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:
- Regional Chapters in Ottawa* (Institute for Knowledge Mobilization) 2), British Columbia (BCKTCoP)* and Toronto (parent)
Knowledge Translation (KT) Connects webinar series
Mar 2021: Decolonizing research: Collecting Two-Spirit data in culturally affirming ways
Oct 2020: Beyond engagement: Towards community-based and community-driven knowledge exchange in Indigenous health research
Sep 2020: Co-creating dissemination materials with patients
Aug 2020: Close the gap: Using Knowledge Translation science to move physical activity research into practice
Jul 2020: Engage with policy makers through media: a 101 for researchers during a time of pandemics
Jun 2020: Knowledge Translation and Behaviour Science Change: Building Communities in a pre- and post-pandemic world
Toronto Chapter meetings
Apr 2021: Show, don’t tell: Breaking the bottleneck between evidence and impact
Mar 2020: Are we making a difference? Robust approaches to planning, monitoring and achieving outcomes”
Sep 2019: Prioritizing stakeholder mapping and engagement: Essential for institutionalizing KT practice
Mar 2019: Creating an ecosystem in which impact can thrive
Jan 2019: The Visual Communication Toolkit (f2f & webinar)
Nov 2018: Making KT happen: How to pick a framework that works for you
Jun 2018: A new KTE approach for moving best evidence into best practice (f2f & webinar)
May 2018: To explore the use of ethical frameworks in the design of knowledge translation (KT) projects
Mar 2018: Planning for sustainability of evidence-based programs and practices (f2f & webinar)
Feb 2018: Modeling implementation and knowledge translation strategies using discrete choice conjoint experiments (f2f & webinar)
Jan 2018: Exploring organizational-level factors that facilitate knowledge translation
Aug 2017: Finding common approaches in a diverse practice domain: A Q-study of knowledge mobilization practitioners and researchers
Jun 2017: Collaboration, Implementation and KT in Practice
Apr 2017: Tailoring Programs to the Implementation Context
Mar 2017: Challenges and Opportunities: International Perspectives on KT
Dec 2016: Knowledge Mobilization, Research Impact, and the Changing Nature of Academic Work (webinar)
Nov 2016: Assessing Empirical Evidence for KTE Readiness
Jun 2016: What kind of knowledge mobiliser are you? (and other questions for knowledge brokers)
May 2016: Connecting the Dots Through Knowledge Translation and Outreach
Apr 2016: Mobilizing Inuit Cultural Heritage – a multi-media/multi-platform re-engagement of voice in visual art and performance
Jan2016: Measuring Health Research Funding Impact in Ontario: The Health System Research Fund Impact Assessment Framework
Dec 2015: Knowledge Exchange and Communications: Finding a Common Ground
Oct 2015: The Knowledge Network for Applied Education Research: An Ontario Network Promoting the Use of Research in Education
Sep 2015: Evidence to Care – Supporting Knowledge Translation at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
May 2015: Research Use Among Occupational Health and Safety Stakeholders
Jan 2015: Behind Bars: Knowledge Generation and Mobilisation in Tricky Settings
Nov 2014: The KT Game
Jun 2014: Changing the Game of Research in the UK: The Quest for Non-academic Impact; Connecting the Dots Through the Ontario Neuroscience Asset Map
Dec 2013: Strategies for Knowledge Mobilization in Community NGOs Working with Youth at Risk
Sep 2013: Evidencing the Impact of Knowledge Services in the NHS in Scotland
Apr 2013: The Canadian Homeless Research Network: Making Research Matter
Mar 2013: Communities of Practice in Tobacco Control
Dec 2012: Shifting the Culture: Developing Knowledge Translation, Exchange and Implementation Strategies for the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Nov 2012: Whose Research is it anyway? Community University Partnerships as Agents of Change
Jul 2012: The Scottish Model for Translating Research into Practice
May 2012: The Practice and Science of Implementation in Human Services
Apr 2012: Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research; Masterclass: Assessing the Impact of Your Research
Mar 2012: Mentorship
Feb 2012: Becoming a KTE Friendly Organization – Dinner and Panel Discussion
Jan 2012: The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools: Facilitating Access to Knowledge Translation Resources for Public Health
Dec 2011: Discussion: Redevelopment of the KTECOP Website and Linkage to Other KT CoPs (BC, Sask, Ottawa) — A meeting to discuss how to redevelop our site for better functionality and utility
Sep 2011: Using Social Media to Transfer Research Knowledge
Oct 2011: Are We Using the Right KT Strategies?
June 2011: What Really Makes an Impact? Understanding Research Use in Different Contexts; Assessing the Impact of Research and Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Activities: What, Why, When and How?
Feb 2011: A CoP Valentine’s Dinner and some exchange of knowledge about knowledge exchange.
Jan 2011: Using Social Network Analysis to Evaluate Communities of Practice: A Methodological Journey
Nov 2010 :Systematic Review of Tools to Apply in the Assessment of KTE; Research to Policy
July 2010: Barbeque pot luck and summer social
June 2010: Bring a Friend to the COP: Presentations and Networking (Results of the KT Professionals Survey: Building a Competency Framework and Professional Certification Program; Knowledge Translation in Healthcare: A CIHR Perspective)
Feb 2010: Exploring the Applicability of Research to the Practice of Knowledge Translation
Oct 2009: KTE 2.0:What’s the Point of 2.0? (A half-day workshop exploring the impact of social media (wikis, blogs, twitter, RSS, etc.) on knowledge transfer and exchange
Sep 2009: Developing a Professional Certification in KT at the University of Toronto
Jun 2009: Our Favourite Knowledge-Transfer Projects
Nov 2008: From the Chairs: A Discussion of Knowledge Translation Research
Sep 2008: Developing a Community of Practice Model for Cancer and Chronic Desease Prevention
Jun 2008: Evaluation and KTE: A Facilitated Discussion of members’ Experiences
Apr 2008: Communities of Practice
Jan 2008: Knowledge Mobilization Innovations
Nov 2007: Structure and process for KTE: Growing Canada’s Capacity for Embedded Research
Jun 2006: Seniors Health Research Transfer Network: Linking Caregivers, Researchers and Policy Makers
Ottawa Chapter meetings
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Oct 2016: Canadian Co-operative Association (CCA)’s knowledge mobilization activities in international development
Nov 2015: Meeting
Sep 2014: Get to know your Ottawa KTE colleagues – Informal Meet n’ Greet
Nov 2013: Problematising Knowledge-for-Development with Dr. Lata Narayanaswamy
Jan 2013: Presentation by David Phipps: Executive Director, York University Research
Dec 2012: Creating a Knowledge Mobilization Institute
Nov 2012: Meeting with Diploma in Program Evaluation people at Carleton University
Sep 2012: Measuring the effectiveness/impact of our Knowledge Transfer and Exchange efforts
Nov 2011: The Slippery Ice Cube: Understanding and Promoting Knowledge Exchange
Oct 2011: The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools: Facilitating access to knowledge translation resources for public health
Sep 2011: Senior Health Research Transfer Network (SHRTN): Knowledge Tranfer and Exchange in Action
Jun 2011: CANCELLED?
May 2011: The unintended effects of an assessment of the current practice of knowledge translation (KT) undertaken by a federal health agency in Canada: a case study & Delivering KTE services or how to make a living as a consultant
Apr 2011: 1st meeting
British Columbia Chapter (in-person & online) meetings
Oct 2015: Perspectives on Engaging Community Service Groups in the KT Process
Jun 2015: Strategies, tools, and resources to get evidence into practice
Apr 2015: Monitoring the progress from research to impacts (In-person only)
Jan 2015: InspireNet: Mobilizing Knowledge to Improve Health Services – Tech-enabled KT Close to Care (In-person only)
Oct 2014: Community partnership and partner engagement
May 2014: BC Networking Meeting
Dec 2013: Can Quality Indicators Help Move Evidence Into Practice?
Jun 2013: Data visualization & KT challenges
Mar 2013: Facilitated Discussion of KT Terms
Jan 2013: KT work at the Urban Health Research Initiative
May 2012: Identifying members who are willing to take on a defined role and approving the group’s charter