KT101: An Introduction to Knowledge Translation
(or How to Become Impactastic)

About the Webcast

This webcast serves as a pre-conference session ahead of the 2018 Online KT Conference and provides an overview of basic information about knowledge translation (KT) for participants who are new to the field, and a review for those with more experience. The presentation focuses on practices that help move research to impact. The Co-produced Pathway to Impact framework introduces the role of stakeholders and research partners, KT planning, co-production (integrated KT), dissemination (end of grant KT) as well as research impact and impact assessment. Real life examples and interactive elements will reinforce the KT concepts throughout the webcast.

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  1. This webcast originally aired on November 1, 2018. The archive is available on YouTube at this link: https://youtu.be/omWMzOpsfA4.

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About the Presenter

Photo of David J. Phipps

David J. Phipps, PhD, MBA, is Executive Director, Research & Innovation Services, at York University in Toronto, Canada. He manages all research grants and agreements including knowledge and technology transfer for York University. He has received honours and awards from the Canadian Association of Research Administrators, Institute for Knowledge Mobilization and the EU-based Knowledge Economy Network. He received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his work in knowledge mobilization and was named the most influential knowledge mobilizer in Canada. He is the KT Lead for Kids Brain Health Network and Network Director for Research Impact Canada.