Work 2 Give: Indigenous and Participatory Knowledge Translation within a Prison-Community Partnership Study

Providence Health Care Knowledge Translation Community of Practice

Date: 11 Jun 2019

Presented by: Helen Brown, PhD, RN

Room: St. Paul's Hospital, Conference Rm 6 (Level 1, Conference Centre)


The Providence Health Care Knowledge Translation Community of Practice (PHC KT CoP) welcomes researchers, clinicians and other PHC staff members who want to learn with their colleagues about creative and effective ways to improve patient health through use of research evidence.

This event will be presented by Helen Brown. Dr. Brown is an Associate Professor with the UBC School of Nursing. Her research is aimed at improving health and social equity for rural and remote Indigenous communities. She has worked with First Nations communities across Western Canada on projects that align with community priorities around health, wellness, cultural continuity and language revitalization. 

See her faculty page.

The PHC KT CoP was established in 2015 to bring knowledge translation resources to health research and clinical care professionals across disciplines. The initiative is led by Aggie Black, Director, Health Services & Clinical Research and Knowledge Translation, and Emily Zamora, Clinical Resource Dietitian at PHC, with the support of PHC Research Institute and Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research.

The PHC KT CoP meets quarterly. The agenda will include: 

  1. KT Concepts -- we'll have a brief discussion of a major KT concept
  2. "Brag & Steal" -- showcasing resources/tools
  3. "Share & Solve" -- sharing projects & getting input

 

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