Knowledge Translation Q&A: Jill Condra

CHI KT Platform
May 1 · 6 min read

What‘s your background and how have these skills helped you in your current role?

And how does that connect to your current role at the University of Winnipeg?

How do you describe what you do to friends and family?

What advice would you give to someone just getting started in knowledge mobilization/translation in health research?

What is the most rewarding or unique project you have worked on?

Are there any key resources you’d like to share with other KT/KMb professionals?

University of Winnipeg’s Knowledge Mobilization and Research Impact Hub

Institute for Knowledge Mobilization

Innovation York’s Knowledge Mobilization unit

The Leslie Harris Centre of Regional Policy and Development

University of Guelph OpenEd Certificate in Knowledge Mobilization

Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Community of Practice Journal Club: The Dos and Don’ts of Influencing Policy — A Systematic Review of Advice to Academics

Any final thoughts about working in Knowledge Mobilization?


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KnowledgeNudge

Publishing bi-weekly, we focus on all things knowledge translation (KT) – synthesis, exchange, application & dissemination – from a health perspective. Topics include the science of KT, patient engagement, and media & dissemination.

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Know-do gaps. Integrated KT. Patient & public engagement. KT research. Multimedia tools & dissemination. And the occasional puppy.

KnowledgeNudge

Publishing bi-weekly, we focus on all things knowledge translation (KT) – synthesis, exchange, application & dissemination – from a health perspective. Topics include the science of KT, patient engagement, and media & dissemination.