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LKD Seminar: Supporting applied health services through knowledge translation: The Canadian scene

Feb
19

Room 2.13, South Cloisters, St Luke’s Campus, Exeter
19th February 2018
15:00 - 16:00
Category: Seminar

Anita Kothari, Associate Professor with the School of Health Studies at Western University in Ontario

In this talk, Anita will discuss the concepts of knowledge mobilisation, knowledge translation and implementation science from the Canadian context. She will use examples from her research to illustrate the nuances of integrated knowledge translation in contrast to co-production approaches.

Anita Kothari is an Associate Professor with the School of Health Studies at Western University in Ontario. She is interested in understanding how to best support the use of research and knowledge in healthcare decision-making, with a particular focus on integrated knowledge translation. Anita is also interested in public health systems and services research. 

Anita Kothari

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