||Shikako-Thomas, K., Camden, C. & Russell, D. (2013). Integrated knowledge translation in childhood disability: Engaging with partners throughout the research process. CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research, 1-5.
||Integrated Knowledge Translation in Childhood Disability: Engaging with Partners Throughout the Research Process
||CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research
||Produced by McMaster University and the CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research this reflection paper provides a description of the integrated Knowledge Translation process (iKT). The paper examines issues including defining terms, stakeholders, relevance and importance, and advancements in iKT in the field of childhood disability. iKT is examined here primarily through the lens of the Canadian Institute of Health Research.
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