This workshop is designed for participants of the VCH Research Challenge, and researchers conducting studies at the point of care. We will focus on how each team can conduct end-of-grant KT, while also briefly outlining the broader scope of knowledge translation including integrated knowledge translation, implementation science, and patient-oriented research. By the end of this workshop, you will have a plan for sharing your research with those who are intended to use it.
In this workshop you will learn:
- How to define the broad scope of knowledge translation
- How to engage end-users in your research
- Identify resources to support your end-of-grant KT activities
- Develop your own plan for conducting and evaluating end-of-grant KT
About the Speaker
Dr. Jasmin Ma is a post-doctoral fellow at UBC and Arthritis Research Canada. Funded by the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, the Arthritis Society, and Canadian Institutes of Health Research, her research focuses on physical activity behavioural science and integrated knowledge translation. Combining her research and work as a kinesiologist, she works with clinicians and people with chronic conditions/disabilities to develop interventions to start and stay active.
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