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Palliative care week - Workshop on knowledge transfer and exchange

11 August 2017

As part of National Palliative Care Week which runs from 3 - 9 September 2017, you can build your expertise in knowledge transfer and exchange and learn how to design a dissemination plan for your research project at the outset with the peer-reviewed Evidence-based Model for the Transfer and Exchange of Research Knowledge (EMTReK) in Palliative Care Research.

Along with an exploration of EMTReK, case studies, and how it can boost your dissemination results, the key findings of the HRB-funded Knowledge Innovation Dissemination Learning Exchange (KINDLE) Project, will also be presented.

KINDLE started in December 2015 and set out to identify key themes and messages from the AIIHPC Palliative Care Research Network (PCRN) with the purpose of maximising learning and achieving optimum impact in the field of palliative care.

The output is presented in four short videos that highlight the key messages aimed at researchers, practitioners, policy makers and people receiving palliative care and their families.

Workshop speakers and facilitators include Professor George Kernohan, Professor of Health Research in the Institute of Nursing and Health Research at University of Ulster, Professor Suzanne Guerin, Associate Professor in research designs and analysis with the School of Psychology at University College Dublin and Dr Mary Rabbitte, Programme Manager in research with the AIIHPC.

Venue

Ashling Hotel, Parkgate Street, Dublin 8.

When

5 September 2017

To register: Please contact Marie McKeon: mmckeon(at)aiihpc.org (Places are limited. Advance registration is required.)

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