Knowledgeable Care Teams and Capacity Building is a foundational pillar of Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO). As such, BSO is committed to the growth of care teams through the transfer of new knowledge and the implementation of best and emerging practices. Anyone who has endeavoured to bring change into practice, big or small, knows that this is challenging! In order to support this complex work, embrace common language and promote sustainable change, BSO has adopted the Knowledge to Practice Process Framework (Ryan, D. et al., 2013). The Knowledge to Practice Process Framework (graphic below) illustrates the multifaceted knowledge to practice work in four interconnected stages. It is a cycle rather than a one-time event.

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Knowledge to Practice Process Framework

Knowledge to Practice Process Framework

In order to support complex work, embrace common language and promote sustainable change, BSO has adopted the Knowledge to Practice Process Framework (Ryan, D. et al., 2013).

Knowledge to Practice CoP

Knowledge to Practice Community of Practice (CoP)

Brings together professionals across Ontario who have a shared passion for capacity building and fostering knowledgeable healthcare teams.

Introducing the Knowledge to Practice Planning Worksheet

Introducing the Knowledge to Practice Planning Worksheet

This introductory document provides background information and guidance on how to utilize the Knowledge to Practice Planning Worksheet.

Knowledge to Practice Planning Worksheet

Knowledge to Practice Planning Worksheet

The Knowledge to Practice Community of Practice had developed a practical tool called the Knowledge to Practice Planning Worksheet to foster engagement in all stages of knowledge to practice work.

Knowledgeable Care Teams & Capacity Building: BSO’s Path Forward within the Pandemic Context

Knowledgeable Care Teams & Capacity Building: BSO’s Path Forward within the Pandemic Context

A resource for BSO leaders, teams and educators regarding how to continue to strengthen BSO’s 3rd Pillar of Knowledgeable Care Teams and Capacity Building within the pandemic context.

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