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Feedback Opportunity: National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools

The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT) is looking for feedback. Please see the WORD document for details: NCCMT_Survey-promo_Feb2017 http://www.knowledgemobilization.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/NCCMT_Survey-promo_Feb2017.docx

By | February 17th, 2017|Announcements|Comments Off on Feedback Opportunity: National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools

Using Evidence in Public Health Decisions: Why it Matters

(français ci-dessous!) Please share this message | s’il vous plaît partager ce message   Using Evidence in Public Health Decisions: Why it Matters Four public health personalities make the case http://www.nccmt.ca/resources/multimedia?v=552#ure2 In this video, four Canadian experts explain why evidence-informed decision making is essential for public health. David Mowat, Carol Timmings, Gaynor Watson-Creed and Jocelyne [...]

By | July 4th, 2016|KMb Articles, Resources|Comments Off on Using Evidence in Public Health Decisions: Why it Matters

Employment Opportunity with the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools

Employment Opportunity with the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools Join the NCCMT team! The successful candidate will be responsible for the ongoing development and growth of the Registry of Knowledge Translation Methods and Tools and will lead the ongoing evaluation of all NCCMT products and services. Apply by April 23to become a Research [...]

By | April 12th, 2016|Announcements|Comments Off on Employment Opportunity with the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools

EIDM Essentials: Key issues in evidence informed decision making!

ENGLISH Introducing a new free online module from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT)! EIDM Essentials: Key issues in evidence informed decision making gives you a quick overview of the seven-step process recommended by NCCMT. In one hour or less, you can find out what evidence-informed public health is all about! From [...]

By | January 26th, 2016|Announcements, Resources|Comments Off on EIDM Essentials: Key issues in evidence informed decision making!

Evidence-Informed Decision Making for Managers

Evidence-Informed Decision Making for Managers New online learning module from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools How can you ensure your team has used research evidence in their program and policy recommendations? The new Evidence-informed Decision Making for Managers module is designed to help managers and directors check whether their team has followed [...]

By | November 14th, 2015|Announcements, Resources|Comments Off on Evidence-Informed Decision Making for Managers

Making Sense of a Standardized Mean Difference

Making Sense of a Standardized Mean Difference New video in NCCMT’s “Understanding Research Evidence” series! The short videos in this series explain some important terms that you may encounter in research evidence. Our latest video uses hypothetical data on teen mental health to illustrate how to calculate and use results reported as a Standardized Mean [...]

By | November 14th, 2015|Announcements, Resources|Comments Off on Making Sense of a Standardized Mean Difference

A brief introduction to the work of the NCCMT

New video from the National Collaborating Centre for Method and Tools.  Great resource for those working in knowledge mobilization:  

By | August 14th, 2015|Resources|Comments Off on A brief introduction to the work of the NCCMT

Evaluating KT Strategies in Public Health – Évaluer des stratégies d’AC en santé publique

This resource shared by Jeannie Mackintosh - Evaluating KT Strategies in Public Health a free, interactive and self-paced module Evaluating the implementation of a practice change is a very complex process. Knowing how to create and follow a structured process for successful and useful evaluation is an essential skill. Evaluating KT Strategies in Public Health is designed for [...]

By | September 10th, 2014|Resources|Comments Off on Evaluating KT Strategies in Public Health – Évaluer des stratégies d’AC en santé publique