With funding from Michael Smith Health Research BC, four IHLCDP Associates will be engaged in knowledge translation (KT) activities aimed at closing the gap between research and implementation by improving the use of research evidence in practice, policy and further research. Their projects were funded through the 2022 Convening & Collaborating (C2) and Reach funding competitions:
Jonathan Little (Principal Investigator), and Deanne Taylor (Co-investigator): Remission Possible: A knowledge translation project to inform British Columbians with Type 2 diabetes that remission is possible. Read more about this project here.
Dr. Nelly Oelke (Co-investigator): Mobilizing knowledge: Pressure injury in people with lived experience of spinal cord injury — from evidence to practice and research. (PI: Dr. Davina Banner-Lukaris). Read more about this project here.
Dr. Mary Jung, Co-Investigator: A partnership approach to co-developing a smoking cessation intervention for persons with spinal cord injury (PI: Dr. Heather Gainforth). Read more about this project here.