These team-funded programs mobilize communities for research impact — supporting co-development of research questions and disseminating research evidence to audiences who can directly use it. Continue reading “Competitions open: 2023 Convening & Collaborating (C2) and Reach Programs”
Michael Smith Health Research BC, Island Health, and the Victoria Hospitals Foundation hosted the first Health xChange in Victoria.
Continue reading “Bringing together researchers, research users, patient and community partners to share and learn”
The 2021 Convening & Collaborating and Reach award recipients are co-creating and disseminating research to increase its impact on health and care in BC.
Gayle Scarrow and Genevieve Creighton discuss the journey taken to develop KT Pathways, a new digital assessment and learning tool for anyone that creates or uses research evidence.
Dr. Sarah Munro explains how shared decision-making between health care providers and patients can support patient centred care.
Dr. Bev Holmes talks KT strategy and evaluation, and challenges funders to take a look at their KT activities for maximum impact.
Gayle Scarrow explores how a funder can contribute to the science of KT.
Dr. Sana Shahram shares how she found a way to bring her passion and expertise around health equity from academic theory to practical application.
Dr. Gen Creighton explores the parallels between the implementation of research evidence and the role of the research funder.
Fuse 2018 brought together international experts in knowledge exchange and public health to share ideas and learn about how best to support the use of research evidence in policy-making.