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Research Study – Knowledge Translation & Mobilization (KTM) Training Program

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A research team from the UBC Centre for Heart Lung Innovation (HLI) is undertaking a research study to evaluate a Knowledge Translation & Mobilization (KTM) training program. The training is designed to support graduate and post-graduate students with getting the right research to the right people in the right format, at the right time, to influence decision-making.

Students have completed their KTM training and be delivering research presentations at a Patient and Public Forum. You are invited to attend the Patient and Public Forum virtually or in-person to learn about and engage with the students’ research and provide feedback for the KTM training program.

Patient and Public Forum
Gourlay Conference Room or Zoom (virtual)
May 19, 2022
12:00 pm (Noon)

Potential benefits to participating patients include:
• Have increased engagement in KTM activities.
• Have increased empowerment in research projects that have direct and indirect impacts on their lives.

Potential benefits to participating members of the public include:
• Have increased engagement in KTM activities.

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Jeanette Foreman

Northwest Quality Improvement Lead, Quality and Innovation, Northern Health

Jeanette Forman

PVN has really helped us engage with patient partners to improve health services at Northern Health.  It is more and more becoming the norm to include patients in the design, delivery and evaluation of health services.  PVN education and supports, involving patient partners, have enabled us to develop the capacity to include the patient voice to make care better and achieve better health outcomes.