An introduction to knowledge translation (KT) and implementation science for nurses.
This workshop will focus on what knowledge translation is and how it can be applied to support the implementation of innovations for better health and wellbeing. Participants will be able to:
- define key concepts including knowledge translation and implementation science
- develop a knowledge translation plan and use it to meet KT goals
- identify strategies and frameworks for improvement and impact
- identify strategies for engaging stakeholders and effective communication
- identify potential opportunities and barriers to successful translation.
Join us to explore practical strategies that will help you to move your research into action.
Places are limited and are open to nurses within VCCC member organisations:
- The Royal Children's Hospital
- The Royal Women's Hospital
- The Royal Melbourne Hospital
- Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
- Austin Health
- Western Health
- St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne
Workshop facilitators: Vikki Leone, Knowledge Translation Manager; Ken Knight, Senior Project Lead, Knowledge Translation; and Nicole Murphy, Senior Project Officer from the Knowledge Translation team at the Centre for Community Child Health.
The Centre is a department of The Royal Children’s Hospital and a research group of the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. The team has extensive experience in working internally and externally with stakeholders and research teams to support effective knowledge translation to improve health and wellbeing.
Registration is FREE and includes refreshments and a light lunch.
Date: Thursday 4 July 2019
Time: 8.30am - 4.30pm
Venue: Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, Level 13 conference room, 305 Grattan Street, Melbourne
Please contact Natasha Moloczij, Program Manager Nurse-Led Research email@example.com if you have any questions.
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