Joint Program in Knowledge Translation

Research Programs - Keenan Research Centre

The Joint Program in Knowledge Translation is a collaboration between St. Michael's and the Continuing Education and Professional Development Office, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine.

The Joint Program in Knowledge Translation designs and evaluates interventions to increase the likelihood of incorporating the best available evidence into practice and policy, and researches the best strategy to implement knowledge in a variety of areas, including: critical care and trauma, diabetes, patient education, continuing medical education, interprofessional care, and the management of chronic diseases in the developing world.

Researchers

Detailed profiles of researchers within the Joint Program in Knowledge Translation. Find out more.

What is Knowledge Translation

Knowledge translation is the synthesis, dissemination, exchange and ethically-sound application of knowledge. Find out more.

Knowledge Translation Resource Clearinghouse

A repository of KT resources for individuals who want to learn about the science and practice of KT, and access tools that facilitate their own KT research and practices. Find out more.

Knowledge Translation Consultation Service

To facilitate the appraisal, access, adoption, and adherence of best available evidence in clinical practices and health policy decision-making; and to promote the practice and science of knowledge translation among fellow researchers. Find out more.

Contact Us

Addresses and contact information for who to contact regarding the Joint Program or Knowledge Translation. Find out more.