Boston University Sargent College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences
Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation

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Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation

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Two-Part Webinar Series: “The Knowledge to Action Cycle: How Do I Apply it to My Work?” with Dr. Ian Graham (Nov. 16th and Dec. 12th, 2022)

November 9, 2022

Do you have research findings you want used? Do you want a way of getting findings implemented more effectively? The Knowledge to Action Cycle (KTA) breaks down the implementation process into 7 actionable phases, starting with determining the knowledge-practice/policy gap through to sustaining the change. The webinar series will help you apply the Knowledge to Action Cycle, developed by Dr. Ian Graham, to a project or initiative that you or your group have, for turning research findings into implementation activities. Dr. Graham is a Distinguished Professor in the School of Epidemiology & Public Health and School of Nursing at the University of Ottawa and a Senior Scientist at the Centre for Practice Changing Research at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. His areas of research are health services and knowledge translation / implementation science. Dr. Graham studies factors influencing the use of research and evidence in decision making and ways to promote its use. He was Vice President of Knowledge Translation and Public Outreach at the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Dr. Graham has been inducted as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, New York Academy of Medicine and Royal Society of Canada. This webinar is for those working on knowledge translation of research findings related to employment and individuals with disabilities. In addition, anyone interested in the Knowledge to Action Cycle is welcome to participate.

 

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