Knowledge translation to advance clinical care: A frontline health care perspective
February 23, 2018
Stephanie Glegg, Occupational Therapist & Knowledge Broker, Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children; PhD Candidate in Rehabilitation Sciences, UBC
- To understand the challenges of KT in clinical settings
- To understand the KT support needs of health professionals
- To gain an awareness of existing strategies to facilitate KT in clinical settings
- To learn how to participate in an environmental scan on KT supports in clinical and research settings
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- Glegg S. Making conferences matter: A post-conference knowledge translation strategy. Occ Therapy Now. 2017;19(3):11-4. Abstract available
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- Glegg S, Hoens A. Role domains of knowledge brokering: A model for the health care setting. J Neurol Phys Ther. 2016;40(2):115-23.
Dr. Lindsay Nettlefold, senior scientist with the Active Aging Research Team at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada
Dr. Sarah Munro, assistant professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, University of British Columbia; knowledge translation program head, Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Science; co-director of the Contraception and Abortion Research team
Dr. Sonia Singh, hospitalist physician and osteoporosis consultant, Peace Arch Hospital
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