Knowledge Translation in HealthWestern Health Sciences
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    KT: Learn more about knowledge translation and the impact it has on health

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    The Team: Learn about our diverse team at the lab

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Welcome to the Lab for Knowledge Translation in Health

The Lab for Knowledge Translation (or KT) in Health was established in 2009 to support the growing interest of faculty and students at Western University conducting research centred on knowledge translation in the health system. The lab houses researchers and trainees working on and studying the science of knowledge translation. Collaborative in nature, and inter-disciplinary by design, the lab is essential to many unique and innovative KT projects across Canada and around the world. The Lab for KT in Health at Western University is constantly evolving to meet the growing demands of knowledge users and knowledge creators. We aim to develop, maintain and sustain key stakeholder relationships in an effort to improve KT across all sectors in health.



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 What's Happening in KT

Featured Publications 

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    Strategies to promote uptake and use of intimate partner violence and child maltreatment knowledge: an integrative review

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    Evaluation of partnerships in a transnational family violence prevention network using an integrated knowledge translation and exchange model: a mixed methods study

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    A critical second look at integrated knowledge translation

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    Priorities for research in child maltreatment, intimate partner violence and resilience to violence exposures

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    Talk, trust and time: A longitudinal study evaluating knowledge translation and exchange processes for research on violence against women

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    The use of tacit and explicit knowledge in public health

    A qualitative study

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    Exploring the uptake and framing of research evidence on universal screening for intimate partner violence against women

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