#KTDRR20

KTDRR’s 2020 Virtual Knowledge Translation Conference

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Our 2020 theme was “Social Media Strategies for Knowledge Translation.” Presenters addressed key questions pertinent to any researcher or product developer: How can social media help me understand what people need? or want to know from my work? How can it be used as a tool to involve individuals and organizations as I plan a project and get it up and running? The conference included discussions of using social media to recruit research participants and ensure ongoing stakeholder engagement. Throughout the conference, careful attention was paid to making sure these social media strategies were accessible to people with disabilities. On October 26, 28 and 30, 2020, participants were able to view and ask questions through the event’s virtual conference platform.

Conference Archives: Coming Soon!

  • Oct. 26: “Start with the end in mind: Using social media to design outcomes”
  • Oct. 28: “Meet them where they’re at: Using social media for subject recruitment and stakeholder engagement”
  • Oct. 30: “Making a difference with social media” 

The Center on KTDRR does not endorse any commercial products mentioned during this conference. Resources are shared for informational purposes only.

Join us for #KTDRR21, “Research Results for Policy Outcomes” taking place October 25, 27, and 29, 2021.

Monograph Now AvailableKnowledge Translation: The Rise of Implementation by Melanie Barwick, Raluca Dubrowski, and Kadia Petricca. View the Monograph now.

A word from the Center on KTDRR's director

This conference has been approved for 9.5 hours of CRCC CEUs under approval number 60007927859.
Pre-Approved Continuing Education: CRCC

About KTDRR

In collaboration with several national and international partners, the Center on Knowledge Translation for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (KTDRR) makes it easier to find, understand, and use the results of research that can make a positive impact on the lives of people with disabilities.