Abstract: Are you interested in building a career in knowledge translation? Are you interested in learning more about the various roles for KT practitioners? Are you curious about tools and resources available to support your KT journey? Want to learn more about the competencies required for a KT career? We are here to help!
The Knowledge Translation and Transfer Symposium (KTT Symposium), formerly the OMAFRA-U of G or Knowledge Translation and Transfer (KTT) Knowledge Exchange Day/Event, is organized by the Knowledge Translation and Transfer (KTT) Research Program (formerly aka Agri-Food and Rural Link…) of the Ontario Agri-Food Innovation Alliance, formerly known as the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and
Abstract: Stories, not data, are the base unit of the knowledge economy. There are no stories without storytellers. Knowledge brokers are the leaders of the caravan in the desert of modern business, connecting us to information oases where remote bands of experts feel safe discussing their passions.
Abstract: Knowledge translation encompasses all of the activities that aim to close the gap between research and implementation. What knowledge, skills and attitudes (ie., competencies) are required to do knowledge translation? What do researchers need to know? How about those who are using evidence in their practice? As