Workshops

Our workshops are based on the latest research evidence and user case studies from around the globe. We are constantly scanning the latest evidence in the field of knowledge translation to bring you the very best. We pride ourselves on providing a workshop structure, that is based on the philosophies underpinning translation, to provide the greatest opportunities for ongoing sustainability of learning.

Each workshop includes:

 A pre and a post workshop evaluation

This allows us to examine our performance, and to provide feedback regarding the value of the workshop to the individual and their organisation.

Printed workbook

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

Implementation activities during workshop

During the workshop participants will work on relevant elements for their own projects. Participants will leave with ideas and a plan of next steps to be undertaken. In some cases all implementation may be possible during the workshop period.

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.

Our introduction to knowledge translation
Our introduction to knowledge translation
Learn about social media for your academic career
Learn about social media for your academic career
Determine your pathway to impact, turn your idea into a plan.
Determine your pathway to impact, turn your idea into a plan.

What people are saying about our workshops

  • Thank you Tamika!

    I truly enjoyed this workshop and have made some relevant decisions for our research projects based on the content and ideas presented.

    Ana Mantilla, Research Associate and Project Manager

    Learning Sciences Institute Australia, Australian Catholic University

  • Highly recommend

    Really good presenter, really liked the model.

    Workshop Participant, ARMS 2014

  • 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

  • Motivating explanations and strategies

    If you need to know more about knowledge translation, this easy to follow workshop provides motivating explanations and strategies.

    Jane Burns, Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet

  • More successful in conducting knowledge translation

    If I had done this KT Australia workshop with Tamika before embarking on my project, I would have been more successful in actually conducting knowledge translation in its true form – from dissemination to implementation in practice.”

    Loretta Piccenna, National Trauma Research Institute & Monash University

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Get in touch

Call us

Phone 0405 721 141

Email us

info@ktaustralia.com 

What people are saying about our workshops

  • Very Useful

    I really enjoyed your workshop today about knowledge translation and research impact. I found it very useful and will certainly be implementing some ideas.

    Leanne Morrison, Lecturer, RMIT University, June 2018

  • Outstanding investment of my time

    Outstanding investment of my time…one of the best all day workshops I have attended.

    Workshop Attendee, RMIT University, June 2018

  • More successful in conducting knowledge translation

    If I had done this KT Australia workshop with Tamika before embarking on my project, I would have been more successful in actually conducting knowledge translation in its true form – from dissemination to implementation in practice.”

    Loretta Piccenna, National Trauma Research Institute & Monash University

  • Great ambassadress

    With a recent introduction to the concepts of KT I was excited and hopeful to be referred to Knowledge Translation Australia. I found Tamika to be a great ambassadress for the place and processes of KT in research and practice. I look forward to contributing to the ‘closing of the loop’

    Krista Watts, Peter Doherty

  • Motivating explanations and strategies

    If you need to know more about knowledge translation, this easy to follow workshop provides motivating explanations and strategies.

    Jane Burns, Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet