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Library & Knowledge Services: KT Design Collaborative

CW KT Design Collaborative

Knowledge Translation (KT) is a dynamic and iterative process for mobilizing knowledge into practice intended to strengthen health systems and improve health outcomes.

 

The CW KT Design Collaborative is a cohort-based learning curriculum that provides point of care clinicians, educators, quality and safety leaders, practice leaders and other change champions at CW the opportunity to:

  • Select a gap between knowledge and action they they wish to address as their change/KT initiative

  • Apply evidence-informed KT principles and tools to develop a targeted plan for change

  • Learn together and build on their toolkits for supporting change

 

*Now accepting applications for the (2nd) 2023 cohort. Apply here!

 

Past cohorts:
2022 CW KT Design Collaborative Learning Bursts (tentative schedule):

The curriculum is delivered virtually over a 3 month period (Oct/22-Jan/23).  Participants will attend five 60 minute learning bursts scheduled Oct - Dec from 12-1pm. An optional final rapid-fire showcase session will be scheduled in January 2023 to share your KT Plans and learnings from the program.  No prior experience in KT is necessary to participate. Learning bursts are offered from 12-1pm on Tuesdays.

October 18

Problem/gap identification & goal setting

November 1

Strategic engagement & change readiness

November 15

Exploring barriers/facilitators for change

November 29

Selecting & evaluating KT/change strategies

December 13

Evaluation/Sustaining change

How to Apply

Registration has closed for Cohort 1. Would you like to register for Cohort 2? Send us an email: Learning@cw.bc.ca

We are happy to answer questions! Email Learning@cw.bc.ca.

Learn more about Knowledge Translation on the Library's Knowledge Translation Subject Guide.