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Facilitating the diffusion of evidence-based innovations into policy and practice
The Knowledge Translation Program works in partnership with health care decision-makers, program planners and administrators, clinicians, patients, and researchers to promote and enhance evidence-based policy and practice across all areas of the health system.
About the Program
The Knowledge Translation (KT) Program works in partnership with decision-makers, program planners and administrators, clinicians and other front-line service providers, patients, community leaders, and researchers across disciplines to promote and enhance evidence-based policy and practice across all areas of the health system.
Advancing Health investigators facilitate timely and effective uptake of new knowledge to directly and demonstrably improve patient care and system-level outcomes. By mobilizing new, high-quality evidence in a timely manner, the Program aims to improve health services, health policy, and health equity.
In conjunction with the Advancing Health Program Evaluation specialists, the KT Program also provides consultation services to the research and clinical communities, emphasizing integrated knowledge translation, developmental evaluation, and community-based, participatory, and implementation science approaches.Learn More
Examples of Our Projects
Some of the current Advancing Health Knowledge Translation projects include:
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