KT Solutions for Overcoming Barriers to Research Use

An online conference for NIDILRR grantees

Sponsored by the Center on Knowledge Translation for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (KTDRR)

Conference website:
www.ktdrr.org/conference

Agenda:
www.ktdrr.org/conference2015/agenda.html

Registration:
www.surveygizmo.com/s3/2170403/2015-KTDRR-KT-Conference

 
About the Conference:

This online-only conference is designed to help researchers in the disability, independent living, and rehabilitation fields to identify barriers to the use of their research, as well as effective KT strategies to overcome these barriers.

Presented on: October 26, 28, and 30
(1:00 - 5:00 PM Eastern)

Day 1, Oct. 26: Understanding Your Audiences and Their Needs

 

Engaging Stakeholders in Rehabilitation Research:
Literature vs. Reality

The presenters will discuss their scoping review of strategies used in partnership and evaluation of impacts.

Presented by:
Chantal Camden, Assistant Professor at the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy at Sherbrooke University.
Keiko Shikako-Thomas, Assistant Professor in the Occupational Therapy program at the McGill University School of Physical and Occupational Therapy in Montreal, Canada.

  photo of Chantal Camden      Chantal Camden   photo of Keiko Shikako-Thomas  Keiko Shikako-Thomas
 

Translating Research Findings for
Uptake and Use by Various Stakeholders

The presentation will provide attendees with both KT and Technology Transfer (TT) solutions to overcoming barriers to the uptake and use of their research findings by a wide range of stakeholders.

Presented by:
James Leahy, Co-Principal Investigator on the NIDILRR-funded Center on Knowledge Translation for Technology Transfer (KT4TT) at the University at Buffalo.

photo of Jim Leahy         James Leahy
 

Practical KT: Ensuring Relevance and Use

This presentation includes two practical KT strategies that have been developed and refined using examples from the UW-MSKTC and the ADA Knowledge Translation Center  (ADAKT) projects funded by NIDILRR. Presenters will describe how they developed KT materials in areas where there is limited high quality research.

Presented by:
Becky Matter, Project Analyst, University of Washington Center for Technology and Disability Studies & Director, International Program on Disability, Technology and Rehabilitation.
Mark Harniss, Associate Director, University of Washington Center for Technology and Disability Studies & Clinical Associate Professor, Rehabilitation Medicine.
  photo of Becky Matter         Becky Matter   photo of Mark Harniss        Mark Harniss
 

Interactive Discussion

The interactive discussion session will allow presenters and participants to explore content application within NIDILRR and other contexts.

 

Register

 
Connect With Us:


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Contact Info:

Phone: 800.266.1832

Email: ktdrr@sedl.org

 

The contents of this notice were developed under a grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR grant number 90DP0027-02-00).  NIDILRR is a Center within the Administration for Community Living (ACL), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).  The contents of this notice do not necessarily represent the policy of NIDILRR, ACL, HHS, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.
Copyright © 2015 by SEDL, an affiliate of American Institutes for Research

 




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