Tag: knowledge translation

Job Posting – Knowledge Translation Coordinator, GSHI

JOB: Working under the direction of the GSHI Director, and together with GSHI Principal Investigators and research coordinators, the Knowledge Translation Coordinator oversees the knowledge translation and research dissemination efforts for various gender and sexual health projects with community, policy-makers, academics, and general public. The KT Coordinator is responsible for the development and maintenance of… Read more »

Job Posting External Posting Id# 2014-08 Posting Date: August 18, 2014   Knowledge Translation Coordinator Reporting to: Executive Director Hours: Part Time, 8 hours/week Days: Various Position: Contract Location: Seymour Site and Various Background: The CIHR-funded Food Security Study was the first community-based research (CBR) initiative in Canada to examine food security and health outcomes among people… Read more »

        *** Le français suite l’anglais *** Webinar | The Social Aspects of Aging with HIV: A Thematic Review & Service Provider Perspective The Pacific AIDS Network (PAN), the Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation (CWGHR), and the CIHR REACH CBR Collaborative Centre invite you to attend a free webinar on Tuesday,… Read more »

June 7, 2013 Feature: Search Pyramids from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools. [REGISTER HERE] 1pm EDT (10am PDT) Need a faster, more efficient way to find high quality research evidence? Searching online for research evidence can be frustrating.  Searching can take a lot of time and may not produce the results you… Read more »

Last week, almost 70 individuals from around the province joined the Pacific AIDS network in Richmond for a lively 2-day event called Knowledge to Action: Strategic Directions for Community-Based Research (K2A2013). The enthusiasm and engagement from the diverse participants – from peer research associates, to community-based organization representatives, to academic researchers, and others – reminded me… Read more »

We are pleased to announce that PAN is hosting a workshop for people involved in community-based HIV research. This two-day workshop (February 27-28) will bring together community-based organizations, people living with HIV/AIDS, academic researchers, public health representatives, funders and other stakeholders to explore how knowledge can be moved to action in HIV/AIDS research. In this… Read more »

Engaging people who use drugs in policy and program development: A review of the literature Authors: Lianping Ti1, Despina Tzemis, and Jane A Buxton Published in: Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy ABSTRACT Health policies and programs are increasingly being driven by people from the community to more effectively address their needs. While a large… Read more »

Sign up for the Bringing Research Back to Communities Webinar

Bringing Research Back to Communities: A Webinar on HIV Knowledge Translation Moving research into policy, programs and practice is vital to community-based HIV research. Knowledge translation (KT) bridges the gap between researchers and communities and ensures that results get shared with those who can use them. This webinar will explore KT, using the Canadian HIV… Read more »

CBR Musings: Is what we do informed by what we know?

Knowledge mobilization.  Knowledge transfer. Knowledge translation. Knowledge exchange. These are some of the buzzwords that have remained popular in Canadian research circles over the past few years as the goal of making sure that research findings get “put to work” has been high on the lists of research funders, universities, and community stakeholders alike. Knowledge… Read more »