Webinars – Knowledge Translation

Research Spotlight – Patient Engagement and Knowledge Translation

This French language session featured the work of Diabetes Action Canada post-doctoral fellowship awardees, Dr. Ruth Ndjaboue, Knowledge Translation fellowship awardee, Choumous Mannobi and trainee, Alexe Deom Tardiff. Topics and speakers include:

  • Personal Impact Story: Sylvie Dostie
  • A patient-initiated research project to improve diabetes management and care
    • Presented by: Ruth Ndjaboue
  • Needs analysis and co-design of a tele-nutrition platform for the therapeutic management of patients with chronic diseases
    • Presented by: Choumous Mannobi
  • Application of Knowledge Focused on Sex and Gender for People in French-language Context: Co-creation of continuing professional development training for people experiencing diabetes and depression
    • Presented by: Alexe Deom Tardif

*Moderator: Olivia Drescher

The slides for this webinar in both English and French can be found here


Research Spotlight – Knowledge Translation

Our webinar series continues in October with our research spotlight featuring our Knowledge Translation program. Please note that all presentations will occur in French.  Topics and speakers include:

  • Personal Impact Story: Lanie Deslauriers
  • ScaLing up sharEd decision makinG for pAtient-centred Care (LEGACy) in home care
    • Presented by: Karine Plourde
  • Development of standards for a reporting guideline for studies assessing the impact of scaling up strategies – SUCCEED
    • Presented by: Amédé Gogovor
  • Integration of notions of sex and gender in interventions aimed at promoting the adoption of shared decision-making by health professionals: secondary analysis of a Cochrane systematic review
    • Presented by: Lionel Adisso

*Moderated by: Olivia Drescher

The slides for this webinar in both English and French can be found here


Research Spotlight – Knowledge Translation

Our webinar series continues in October with our research spotlight featuring our Knowledge Translation program. Please note that all presentations will occur in French.  Topics and speakers include:

  • Sleeping habits among adults living with diabetes: Understanding to develop better interventions to prevent complications associated with diabetes
    • Presented by: Lydi-Anne Vézina-Im
  • Research on Patient-Oriented Scaling Up (RePOS)
    • Presented by: Ali Ben Charif
  •  Scaling-up Potential for Health Innovations: Status in Canada
    • Presented by: Ali Ben Charif

 *Moderated by: Olivia Drescher

The slides for this webinar in both English and French can be found here


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