Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Workshop for Palliative Care Research
Build your expertise in the area of knowledge transfer and exchange by learning how to design a dissemination plan for your research project from the outset using a peer reviewed Evidence-based Model for the Transfer and Exchange of Research Knowledge (EMTReK) in Palliative Care Research.
Date: 5 September 2017
Time: 9:45am-4pm (refreshments & lunch provided)
Venue: Ashling Hotel, Parkgate Street, D8 – Liffey Suite.
Training Provider: All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care
Price details: Free, please note availability for this event is limited and registration is a must.
How to register: To secure your place in this workshop please contact Marie McKeon: email@example.com
Despite increasing levels of research being gathered in health settings, there are several challenges to the implementation of evidence into practice, which is required to influence policy changes. A well thought out dissemination plan is critical for effective knowledge transfer and exchange of research outcomes from research to practice and policy contexts, but also to other researchers. EMTReK is a model that will help you design a knowledge transfer and exchange dissemination plan from the beginning of your research project.
In this workshop we will take a close look at each component of the EMTReK model. We will provide real world examples of research projects that used the model to support the development of a dissemination plan and promote the successful transfer and exchange of research outcomes to identified stakeholders using a range of dissemination tools. You’ll learn how to apply the EMTReK model to a research project and how to evaluate dissemination plans to maintain and maximise effective knowledge transfer and exchange.
- Recognise modern day challenges around research knowledge transfer and exchange
- Identify research knowledge dissemination tools available
- Understand each component of the EMTReK model
- Appreciate the importance of periodic dissemination plan evaluation
- Practiced application of the EMTReK model to a palliative care research project