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Support your professional development with Learning Sessions from New Knowledge & Innovation 

ePOPS = Electronic Policies, Order Sets, Procedures and Standards for BC Children's and Women's clinical support documents.

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Effective Literature Searching for Clinical Practice (2.5hrs)

Upcoming dates: TBD

  • Understand how database searching fits into the bigger picture of integrating evidence into practice
  • Learn to choose the right resources and databases for your clinical question
  • Register on LearningHub

Evidence to Practice Workshop:

Introduction to Knowledge Translation


Learn more about Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) from the Child Development & Rehabilitation Evidence Centre at the Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children.

Access the EBP Toolkit


The Joanna Briggs Institute creates evidence syntheses to support implementation of research into practice through:

  • Evidence Summaries
  • Recommended Practices
  • Best Practice Information Sheets
  • Systematic Reviews 

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Cultivate competence in knowledge translation

KT Pathways is an online self-assessment tool and resource guide to help you to identify and improve your KT skills and knowledge.

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*PLEASE NOTE: The Study & Learning Commons is CLOSED until further notice. Librarian services are still available; please email for assistance.

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PHSA LogoBC Children's & BC Women's are programs of British Columbia's Provincial Health Services Authority. Library & Knowledge Services are provided through New Knowledge & Innovation (NKI), part of the Interprofessional Practice & Patient Experience Portfolio at BC Children's & BC Women's. NKI is here to provide you and your team with education and professional development resources to enable excellent patient care and to support your life-long learning.