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From Evidence to Action: Addressing the Challenges to Knowledge Translation in RHAs. The Need to Know Team Meeting October 17, 2005. Purpose of presentation. Update of activities Group work on issues arising Role and expectations of NTK reps Communication plan for roll out

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from evidence to action addressing the challenges to knowledge translation in rhas

From Evidence to Action:Addressing the Challenges to Knowledge Translation in RHAs

The Need to Know Team Meeting

October 17, 2005

purpose of presentation
Purpose of presentation
  • Update of activities
  • Group work on issues arising
    • Role and expectations of NTK reps
    • Communication plan for roll out
    • Broader consultation?
    • FEA advisory role between meetings
relationship of ntk and fea
Relationship of NTK and FEA
  • NTK primary contacts within each RHA
    • “KT experts”
  • Expectations (time, activities, leadership)
    • Differences between NTK and FEA
  • FEA advisory structure
research assistant
Research Assistant
  • Seconded from IRHA until Jan. 2008
  • .4 EFT for FEA project
  • Main roles
    • Regional consultations & assessment activities
    • Literature reviews & development of RHA resource list
    • Assist in development of assessment instrument
    • Support FEA Advisory Group & PIs
    • Project evaluation activities
research activities findings to date
Research Activities & Findings to Date
  • Conducted phone interview with 15 NTK Team Members and 8 CEOs
  • Variation in levels of enthusiasm for this project
    • between RHAs & within RHAs
    • both at the NTK Team level & CEO level
  • Variation in suggested audiences for initial presentations
    • levels within the RHA & #’s of participants
  • Variation in role expectations, NTK team
upcoming research activities
Upcoming Research Activities
  • Complete NTK Team & CEO contacts
  • Literature review (ongoing)
  • Site visits (to incl. presentations & interviews/focus groups) planned for:
    • Churchill
    • Burntwood
    • Central
    • NE Man
    • Parkland
additional consultations
Additional Consultations
  • Provincial Networks
    • HPSEN, Planning, CHAN, Quality/Risk, Mental Health, others??
  • RHAM
  • Previous NTK Team members
  • Out of province programs (e.g. SEARCH)
  • Others??
timelines next 9 months
Timelines (next 9 months)
  • Consultation Phase – to January 2006
    • Site visits/presentations
    • Key informant interviews
    • Focus group discussions
    • Establish communication plans
  • Development & implementation of assessment instrument – to June 2006
    • Draft assessment tool (based on initial findings)
    • Implementation of assessment tool in the regions
      • Role of NTK reps
      • Feedback from implementation process
communication plan
Communication Plan
  • Objectives
    • To ensure that everyone who needs to be informed about the project gets the needed information
      • Leadership role of NTK contact in identifying key individuals/groups
  • Components
    • List of stakeholders in RHAs (CEOs, Boards, decision makers, etc) & outside of RHAs (provincial networks, etc)
    • Communication methods
      • Regular section in NTK newsletter
      • Other
  • Plan of Action
    • RHA specific
conclusion what next
Conclusion – What next??
  • Reporting back of small group discussions
  • Next steps