Intro to KT with title

What on earth is knowledge translation? Knowledge translation (KT) means different things to different people. If you want greater reach, bigger outcomes, and better impact from your research then this is the journey for you.

  • Learn how to get the right information, to the right people, at the right time, in a way they can use.
  • Understand the terminology, definitions, and the history of knowledge translation.
  • See knowledge translation as a system that encompasses all the steps between the creation of knowledge to the outcomes and delivery of knowledge.
  • Learn about the models and frameworks for translation.
  • Enhance your chances of KT success and research impact through step by step development of a KT strategy.
  • View an example plan. See how translation elements can be embedded in your current project, or the planning of a new project or grant proposal.

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Whats included in the workshop

Evaluation

Evaluation allows us to examine our performance, and to provide feedback regarding the value of the workshop to you and your organisation.

Implementation

Work on relevant elements for you projects during the session. Implement as you go. 

Follow up coaching

All workshops include a follow up coaching session with each participant to cover any questions and concerns and to facilitate the implementation process.

Workbook

Participants will have a valuable resource to refer back to as they implement their new knowledge.

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What people are saying about our workshops

  • Great workshop. Was interactive and practical.

    Workshop attendee, ARC Centre of Excellence in Convergent Bio-Nano Science and Technology, Monash University

  • Non-believer to believer!

    “I participated in a ‘Social Media Strategy for Scientists Workshop’ at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto that Tamika facilitated and it was excellent. All of the content was accessible, relevant, with enthusiastic and welcoming delivery. Watch out Twitter and Linkedin; here comes my professional social media channel to support my scholarly output, network building, and dissemination of my research to a broader scope of stakeholders.”

    Colin McKerlie, Senior Associate Scientist and Professor, The Hospital for Sick Children and The Centre for Phenogenomics, Canada

  • Very informative

    Very enthusiastic, energetic, good presentation skills, dynamic

    Workshop Participant, ARMS 2014

  • Thankyou!

    Effective and interactive presenter who made it enjoyable for beginners.

    Workshop Attendee, Deakin University VIC, November 2015

  • Excellent workshop

    I went from being a social media non-user to an active participant in just one day!

    Dr Lana Williams, Head of the Division of Psychiatric Epidemiology and GOS Mental Health, Deakin University