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Handout for June 24, 2020
Literature Search Community of Practice (C&W LS CoP)
Are you interested in learning and sharing around literature searching and evidence gathering? Join the C&W Literature Search Community of Practice (LS CoP):
- Receive email updates about databases
- Notification of C&W and non-C&W webinars and education offerings relevant to literature searching
- Provide input into education you would like to see offered
The LS CoP is open to all staff at C&W with an interest in learning best practices in literature searching and keeping up to date with the latest resources evidence based practice.
Register your interest here: ClinicalLilbrary@cw.bc.ca
Download Tools & Templates
Knowledge Translation (KT) is the process of describing, guiding and informing the moving of evidence into practice. Basically, it is about putting more of what we know into what we do. Below is a growing list of resources to help you get started with your own KT practice.
KT Pathways (MSFHR)
KT Pathways is an assessment tool for anyone who creates, uses or communicates research evidence. It is designed to help you assess your current knowledge translation (KT) skill level and to provide a framework for learning to support the use of research in practice, policy and further research. Created by the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research.
K2A: Knowledge Into Action
Explore the K2A resources created by The Knowledge Network in the UK to support knowledge translation in the NHS.
Online Learning Opportunities
Implementation Science at a Glance
A single, concise summary of key theories, methods, and considerations that support the adoption of evidence-based cancer control interventions. Although the book discusses cancer care specifically, the principles of implementation science can apply to all areas of health care.
*PLEASE NOTE: The Study & Learning Commons is CLOSED until further notice. Librarian services are still available; please email ClinicalLibrary@cw.bc.ca for assistance.
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Study & Learning Commons
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Learning Opportunities at C+W
Introduction to Knowledge Translation
PPT for the workshop on Introduction to Knowledge Translation held on November 19, 2019. See LearningHub link below to register for an upcoming session.