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

  • Many thanks Tamika! I just want to say that what you do – bringing “impact” to the forefront of researchers mind is so important and valuable to society! Keep up the fantastic work!

    Dr Anh L.H. Tran, Senior Lecturer in Humanitarian Engineering, Coventry University, UK

  • Great workshop

    Tamika facilitated a great workshop which provided the participants with a lot of food for thought. Researchers are often stuck in their research and grant writing bubble but Tamika’s workshop challenged how they thought about their work, interactions with industry and approach to writing grants. Feedback from the participants was very positive and I am sure they all walked away with many valuable pieces of advice and practical applications.

    Dr Nikki Sims-Chilton, Principal Project Officer, Office of the Queensland Chief Scientist

  • Fabulous

    Many thanks for a fabulous workshop – the presenter , content and afternoon tea were all wonderful!

    Lynda McNamara, Queensland Cerebral Palsy Health Service Department of Health

  • Highly recommend

    Really good presenter, really liked the model.

    Workshop Participant, ARMS 2014

  • Thank you!

    Your ability to understand my project and apply KT principals helped me to unlock, then articulate the best way to plan and describe the successful translation and implementation of my proposed project. I will hopefully contact you with news of my successful Fellowship and definitely look to engaging your talents to increase my skills and then improve outcomes for trauma patients across New South Wales!

    Dr Lisa Sharwood, Research Manager & Post Doctoral.

    Fellow John Walsh Centre for Rehabilitation Research. The University of Sydney

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Call us

Phone 0405 721 141

Email us

info@ktaustralia.com 

What people are saying about our workshops

  • Many thanks Tamika! I just want to say that what you do – bringing “impact” to the forefront of researchers mind is so important and valuable to society! Keep up the fantastic work!

    Dr Anh L.H. Tran, Senior Lecturer in Humanitarian Engineering, Coventry University, UK

  • Fantastic

    The workshop was fantastic. It was one of the most useful training sessions I’ve ever attended.

    Dr. Natassia Goode, Senior Research Fellow and Theme Leader Organisational Safety, Centre for Human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems, University of the Sunshine Coast

  • Grant success, thank you!

    “I appreciate the time Tamika took to understand my project so that she could give me relevant advice. She explained how to break down and communicate the translational steps clearly. “

    Dr Sarah Hilmer, University of Sydney

  • 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

  • Wow!

    Just wow! I cannot wait to apply everything I have learned. I look forward to following your advice and really soaking everything in over the next few days. I have 4 FB pages, 3 Twitter accounts, 3 LinkedIn accounts, and an Instagram. Your Hootsuite suggestion may have just saved my sanity. Top notch workshop. I cannot wait to see you back in Canada or virtually in a webinar.

    Nicole Webb Saint Marys University Canda Project & Communications Manager @workwellnesslab  Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada