March 22, 2018 @ 09:00:00 – 15:30:00
University of Regina, Natawihowikamik Healing Lodge, Education Building
Christine Stobart

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The Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research (SCPOR) is excited to host Dr Gabrielle Zimmermann for this informative KT workshop where participants are encouraged to bring their own KT projects to work on, or just come ready to learn about knowledge translation, both end of grant and integrated.  This workshop consists of two related parts: in the morning we will explore Integrated KT and in the afternoon, how to create an end-of-grant KT plan. Lunch will be provided. Registration costs are covered by SCPOR. PLEASE NOTE: Registration is limited! If you register and later find you cannot attend, please inform us so we can give your place away to someone on the waiting list.

Workshop Schedule:

Integrated Knowledge Translation (iKT)

In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn what integrated Knowledge Translation (iKT) is, when to do it and when not to do it as well as key considerations for developing an iKT proposal (i.e how to do it).

How to create an End-of-Grant KT Plan

In this hands-on workshop participants will learn the key elements of an End-of-Grant KT plan and how to develop them into a cohesive plan in a grant proposal.

Gabrielle Zimmermann, PhD

SPOR Program Coordinator, Knowledge Translation and Implementation Science, Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit Knowledge Translation Platform; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary. Gabrielle has wide-ranging experience in research and Knowledge Translation (KT) that encompasses the knowledge to action cycle; from creating and synthesizing evidence to facilitating the implementation of evidence into practice.  Her experience includes critical appraisal of evidence, integrated KT proposals and end-of-grant KT plans.