Publications look great on a CV but rarely get into the hands of the people whose lives you’re trying to improve. Patient-oriented research is about real patient impacts but patients often don’t read academic journals or attend conferences. We should make the effort to move knowledge translation beyond publications, bringing in into the communities where patients can find and even enjoy it. In this webinar, we’ll discuss a number of accessible and creative strategies for sharing results with the public.
Kate Hogan is NL SUPPORT’s Knowledge Translation Lead. A graduate of Memorial University’s Master of Public Health program, she’s worked with a number of research teams to develop local capacity for innovative knowledge translation strategies targeting public audiences.
Dale Humphries is NL SUPPORT’s Research Officer. He has a multifarious background in publishing, intellectual property development, and grants management and worked in partnership with Kate in the development NL SUPPORT’s many public-facing KT strategies.
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