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Impact for All: EDI and Knowledge Translation in POR

July 23 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Free
Session 2 in AbSPORU’s “Shaping Patient-Oriented Research Environments Through Equity, Diversity and Inclusion” webinar series

Join us for the second instalment of AbSPORU’s webinar series on Integrating Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) and Sex and Gender-Based Analysis (SGBA+) into Patient-Oriented Research (POR).

This session’s theme is “Impact for All: EDI and Knowledge Translation (KT) in POR” where we will focus on the following learning objectives:

  • Describe different types and measures of research impact afforded by inclusive POR.
  • Explain how strategies to ensure EDI in POR align with the integrated knowledge translation model.
  • Describe how inclusive research teams influence research output and knowledge translation processes to enhance health equity and outcomes.

We have an exciting session lined up with great speakers who will cover a range of topics including:

  • Challenges in creating KT tools for diverse audiences, and strategies for translating content and messaging for diverse cultures;
  • Working with a diverse public/patient advisory group to foster more inclusive and impactful KT;
  • KT approaches for encouraging vaccine uptake; and
  • Inclusive community engagement to enhance community-based research outputs and KT impacts.

Speakers will include:

  • Laura McAlpine, Knowledge Translation Project Coordinator, AbSPORU
  • Dr. Shannon Scott, Principal Investigator, ECHO Research & Professor, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta
  • Dr. Lisa Hartling, Director, ARCHE & Professor, University of Alberta, Department of Pediatrics
  • Sarah Elliott PhD, Assistant Director, ARCHE & Program Manager, Cochrane Child Health, University of Alberta, Department of Pediatric
  • Julie Leung, Member Pediatric Parents’ Advisory Group (P-PAG)
  • Dr. Jia Hu, Medical Officer of Health – Alberta Health Services, 19 to Zero Project
  • Dr. Cora Constantinescu, Pediatric Infectious Disease, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Calgary , 19 to Zero Project
  • Catherine Turner, Can-SOLVE CKD Indigenous Liaison Manager
  • Simone Dew, Can-SOLVE CKD Special Projects Coordinator