Event Date: Sep 14, 2010

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Together the Knowledge Exchange (CDRAKE) and Education and Training themes of the Canadian Dementia Knowledge Translation Network or CDKTN delivered a symposium at the 7th Biennial Joanna Briggs Colloquium Knowledge in Action: The Next Generation of Evidence-Based Practice in Chicago, U.S.A. based on the following abstract submissions:
  • "Responding to the Rising Tide with Canadian Knowledge Translation" (Dr. Ken Le Clair)
  • “Breaking Knowledge Utilization Barriers with Knowledge Exchange” (Megan Harris)
  • “Toward Improved KT of Dementia Research in Canada: Understanding the Landscape and Building the Infrastructure” (Neil Chahal)
Check out our symposium slides available for download below.

Responding to the Rising Tide with Canadian Knowledge Translation by Harris M, Lusk E, Clark S, LeClair K, Chahal N is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 Canada License.

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Megan Harris, CDRAKE KT Network & Planning Lead; Elizabeth Lusk, CDRAKE KT Conceptual Design Lead; Dr. Ken Le Clair, CDRAKE Lead; and Neil Chahal, CDKTN Dementia Knowledge Translation Coordinator