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The trainees' perspective on developing an end-of-grant knowledge translation plan

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posted on 21.05.2021, 15:58 authored by Brenda M. Y. Leung, Cristina Catallo, Natalie D. Riediger, Naomi E. Cahill, Monika Kastner
BACKGROUND: Knowledge translation (KT) is a rapidly growing field that is becoming an integral part of research protocols.
METHODS: This meeting report describes one group's experience at the 2009 KT Canada Summer Institute in developing an end-of-grant KT plan for a randomized control trial proposal.
RESULTS: Included is a discussion of the process, challenges and recommendations from the trainee's perspective in developing an end-of-grant KT plan.
CONCLUSION: New researchers should consider developing an end-of-grant KT plan with strategies that move beyond passive dissemination to incorporate innovative means of collaboration with the end user to craft the message, package the information and share the research findings with end users.

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