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.
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BC 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.