Our Work - Knowledge Translation
The Knowledge Translation (KT) platform helps to close the know-do gap in health research through the synthesis, exchange, application & dissemination of knowledge to improve health, the healthcare system and health service delivery.
If you are interested in any of the services below, please complete the KT intake form here.
- We provide guidance & support for integrating evidence-based KT interventions to change health care practice & policy
- We develop strategies to facilitate the involvement of patients & members of the public throughout the research process (patient engagement)
- We develop KT-related dissemination strategies and multimedia tools (incl. videos, infographics, education materials, op-eds, etc.)
We offer a variety of learning opportunities related to KT, including:
- On-demand training for KT tools & practices (let us know what you’re interested in learning about, and we’ll see if we can help!)
- Graduate course in KT, offered through the Department of Community Health Sciences
- KT blog: medium.com/knowledgenudge
- Host monthly KT Canada webinars
- We consult on integrated KT and end of grant KT plans (including budget and evaluation)
- We conduct research to advance the science of KT and patient engagement
- We can help you apply KT theories & frameworks to guide your research project
- Contact us for a free, one hour consultation
We’re pleased to announce that Manitoba has been officially recognized as a Knowledge Translation (KT) Node by KT Canada. Linkages with this national organization will provide a wide range of opportunities for collaboration as well as training and funding opportunities for investigators and trainees in the KT field.
Terry Klassen, CHI's Academic Director, is recognized as the Lead of the Node with Carly Leggett assuming the role of Coordinator.