The Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research: Engaging Communities in Applied Health Research and Evidence-informed Decision Making.

Baker, Rochelle and Kean , Robert and Bornstein, Stephen and Lester, Rosemary and Butler, Roger and O'Brien, Kelli (2013) The Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research: Engaging Communities in Applied Health Research and Evidence-informed Decision Making. In: CU Expo 2013, June 12-15, 2013, Corner Brook, NL, Canada. (Submitted)

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Abstract

PART 1-Engaging Decision Makers: examine integrated knowledge translation under the Contextualized Health Research Synthesis Program. CHRSP engages health system decision makers with researchers throughout its projects: from the identification of topics to framing the research question, from identifying contextual factors to the dissemination and uptake of the research report. learn how CHRSP has partnered with health system decision makers, lessons learned in this unique engagement practice. collaborate with the CHRSP team to identify opportunities to optimize community engagement in health research. DR STEPHEN BORNSTEIN, DIRECTOR, NLCAHR AND DR. KELLI O’BRIEN, VP LONG TERM CARE AND RUURAL HEALTH, WESTERN HEALTH PART 2-Engagement in Context: Age-Friendly Acute Care in NL. learn about the project findings and how the CHRSP team places them into context. What are the factors in NL that might influence the health equity, feasibility or acceptability of age-friendly acute care for seniors? physician partner will discuss reality on the ground for seniors and heath care providers. discuss potential contextualization factors and how they may influence research findings. ROB KEAN, CHRSP RESEARCH OFFICER, NLCAHR, DR. ROGER BUTLER, PHYSICIAN AND RESEARCH TEAM MEMBER PART 3-Engaging Communities of Research/Knowledge: discussing a dynamic collaborative initiative- Research Exchange Groups. NLCAHR created these groups as a forum where researchers, students, healthcare decision makers, community groups and citizens can exchange knowledge about topics of mutual interest. Research Exchange Groups have been formed to explore a spectrum of research knowledge, from autism and aging to mental health and eating disorders. Participants will be invited to consult with us about how Research Exchange Groups might develop new initiatives for engaging in knowledge translation, capacity-building, and collaboration. ROCHELLE BAKER, COORDINATOR, COMMUNICATION, PARTNERSHIPS AND RESEARCH EXCHANGE GROUPS, NLCAHR ROSEMARY LESTER, SENIORS’ RESOURCE CENTRE, RESEARCH EXCHANGE GROUP ON AGING

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Other)
URI: http://research.library.mun.ca/id/eprint/1803
Item ID: 1803
Department(s): Grenfell Campus > CU Expo 2013
Date: 14 June 2013
Date Type: Completion
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