Translating Research into Policy and Practice Workshops at the University of Ottawa

by Peter Levesque on November 10, 2010 · 2 comments

in Announcements,KMb Events

Centre for Continuing Education

KMbW Director, Peter Levesque will be leading two workshops at the Centre for Continuing Education at the University of Ottawa.

Translating Research into Policy and Practice is a two day workshop addressing these topics:

  • Identifying and establishing relationships with potential partners who can put your research to best use
  • Creating a research-use strategy
  • Developing plain language communication products
  • Breaking down barriers to collaboration
  • Using feedback effectively
  • The workshops are scheduled for February 7, 8, 2011 and June 20, 21, 2011.  Other dates may become available. Customized programs for specific work environments are also negotiable.

    The workshops are targeted at researchers, academics, knowledge brokers or anyone involved in research they hope will influence the direction of policy and practice in their respective field (health science, social science, environmental science, etc.)

    Peter is also in discussions with the Centre to develop other knowledge translation and mobilization workshops, with the purpose of creating a strong portfolio of workshops as part of an emerging knowledge mobilization program at the University of Ottawa.

    Your suggestions and recommendations are most welcome.

    Update: We received confirmation that the workshop will be offered as scheduled:

    Workshop: Translating Research into Policy and Practice

    Schedule: February 7, 8, 2011 ( 9:00– 16:00)

    Location: Desmarais Building, Suite 12000 (room to be determined)

    Registrations: 9 (as November 25, 2010) (The maximum is 12)

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    Leonard Bergmame May 14, 2012 at 3:17 pm

    Hey Peter,

    I heard through the grapevine that you touched base with Graeme over at RocketOwl.

    I hope this contact bears fruit for you! We are all excited about the current state of affairs,

    please call me if you need some updates. (Sorry l’ve misplaced your card).

    (613) 327-5053


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