Kathryn Sibley PhD
Kathryn Sibley is Associate Director, Knowledge Translation Platform at the Centre for Healthcare Innovation and an Assistant Professor in Community Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba. She completed her undergraduate training in Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo, graduate degrees in Rehabilitation and Medical Sciences at the University of Toronto, and postdoctoral fellowship at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute- University Health Network. She has received personnel and research support from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, and Knowledge Translation Canada.
The goal of Dr. Sibley’s research is to improve the health of Canadians by accelerating the translation of research evidence into health care. She works to advance knowledge translation science by understanding and supporting use of knowledge translation science in health research, and by integrating it in her applied research implementing optimized balance exercise for fall prevention in older adults. She welcomes communication from potential collaborators and trainees with mutual interests.
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BMC health services research, 2017, 1
A descriptive qualitative examination of knowledge translation practice among health researchers in Manitoba, Canada.
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Moving towards a more inclusive patient and public involvement in health research paradigm: the incorporation of a trauma-informed intersectional analysis.
Balance assessment practices in Saskatchewan physical therapists: Tools used, components assessed, and urban/rural differences
Behavior change interventions and policies influencing primary healthcare professionals' practice-an overview of reviews.
Exploring Canadian surgeons' decisions about postoperative weight bearing for their hip fracture patients.
Arthritis and associated limitations in community-dwelling Canadians living with stroke.
Increasing the Impact of Peer-Reviewed Publications Through Tailored Dissemination Strategies: Perspectives for Practice Feature in JOSPT.
Development of a Theory-Based Intervention to Increase Clinical Measurement of Reactive Balance in Adults at Risk of Falls.
Facilitating Community-Based Exercise for People With Stroke: Cross-Sectional e-Survey of Physical Therapist Practice and Perceived Needs.
Minimizing the evidence-practice gap - a prospective cohort study incorporating balance training into pulmonary rehabilitation for individuals with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Construct validity of the BESTest, mini-BESTest and briefBESTest in adults aged 50 years and older.
Recommendations for a core outcome set for measuring standing balance in adult populations: a consensus-based approach.
Implementation science in pediatric health care: advances and opportunities.
Using the Systems Framework for Postural Control to Analyze the Components of Balance Evaluated in Standardized Balance Measures: A Scoping Review.
Applying Knowledge Translation Theory to Physical Therapy Research and Practice in Balance and Gait Assessment: A Case Report.
Autonomic contributions in postural control: a review of the evidence.
Chronic disease and falls in community-dwelling Canadians over 65 years old: a population-based study exploring associations with number and pattern of chronic conditions.