KTDRR Products Overview
The Center on KTDRR develops and makes available on its website a number of products for use by researchers and interested parties. These include e-newsletters, archives of training and technical assistance activities such as workshops and webcasts, and an annual KT casebook.
Knowledge Translation: The Rise of Implementation is a monograph commissioned by the Center on Knowledge Translation for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (KTDRR). Lead author Melanie Barwick is an internationally recognized expert in knowledge translation (KT) and implementation science (IS). Raluca Dubrowski and Kadia Petricca complete the author team. The monograph provides an update of the KT literature and reflects on advancements in the KT process, as well as KT’s relationship with IS. KT practices related to disability research are highlighted along with a look at future directions in KT.
Suggested citation: Barwick, M., Dubrowski, R., & Petricca, K. (2020). Knowledge translation: The rise of implementation. Washington, DC: American Institutes for Research.
Download the accessible, Sec. 508-compliant, PDF file here: KT-Implementation-508.pdf
KT Update is a quarterly e-newsletter from the KTDRR to inform the research community of new resources, upcoming webcasts, workshop opportunities, and other relevant information.
The AQASR document and checklist was developed to help busy clinicians, administrators, and researchers to ask critical questions that help to reveal the strengths and weaknesses of a systematic review, in general, and as relevant to their particular clinical question or other practical concerns.
The KTDRR staff develops a KT Casebook to showcase NIDILRR grantees’ KT activities. The purposes of the casebook are to share examples of successful and less successful KT strategies, demonstrate change created through KT activities, identifying factors that affect KT success, and demonstrate outcomes and impact of KT activities.
Developed by the KTDRR's Assistive Technology (AT) Working Group, this white paper addresses the issue of the expectation of an evidence-based standard to determine AT product efficacy, and the impact of this standard on the transfer, use, and payment for assistive technologies designed for persons with disabilities. Members of the AT Working Group represent five key stakeholder groups (AT consumers, AT service providers, AT researchers and methodologists, AT manufacturers/product developers, and AT payers and policymakers) that comprise the entire system of manufacture, prescription, application, funding, reimbursement, and efficacy research within each field of AT devices and services.
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