Everything (so far) in one post!
Ever heard of a bottle episode? It happens when your favourite show uses “as few people, effects and sets as possible” to save time and/or money. My personal favourite is Breaking Bad’s “Fly” episode – some people embrace it for its rich symbolism – others are adamant it’s the worst episode of the series.
Well, this is our version of a bottle episode. With our inaugural (and sold out) KT Camp set to coincide with this week’s publication day, and having recently migrated the entire site over to Medium, we figured it was as good a time as any to pull together all our posts so far. We hope it helps our new readers to catch up, and our loyal ones to bookmark their old favourites.
Who We Are and What We Do
- Meet our 2017 Knowledge Translation Team
- KT Services at Centre for Healthcare Innovation
- I got the job!… so, um, what’s a knowledge broker?
Reflections on Knowledge Translation
- What we mean when we say “Knowledge Translation”
- Knowledge Synthesis is Core to KT
- Why we need KT
- How KT Can Help Reduce Research Waste
- Unpacking KT Theories, Models & Frameworks
- Practicing Judicious End-of-grant KT
- Teach a person to fish — the role of Train the Trainer in knowledge translation
The Patient Engagement Series
- PE-1: What is Patient Engagement Health Research?
- PE-2: The Value of Patient and Public Involvement in Health Research
- PE-3: The Levels of Patient and Public Involvement
- PE-4: Are you Ready for Patient Engagement? Assessing Expectations
- PE-5: Purpose of Engaging Patients and the Public
- PE-6: What Influences Someone’s Motivation to Get Involved in Health Research?
- PE-7: How do I Find People to Involve in My Health Research?
- PE-8: Five Point Checklist When Planning for Patient Engagement
Social Media & KT
- Twitter for Hesitant Researchers
- Article Review: The Acceptability of Social Media to Translate Evidence to Practice
- Twitter Metrics for Researchers
- Social Media Ethics in Research
- Using Social Media for Knowledge Dissemination
Research Advice & Tips
OpEds (Opposite Editorial page)
- 10 Tips for Researchers to Write a Better Op-Ed
- EvidenceNetwork.ca: Translating knowledge in 700 words or less
- Top Op-Eds by EvidenceNetwork.ca
Implementation Advice & Tips
- Effective content begins with empathy
- Stay on message to harness the power of the media
- How does TREKK translate latest evidence into useful bedside tools?
- High-Five Free Sites for Knowledge Brokers
- High-Five sites for January 2016
- 5 Questions to Ask When Planning an Event