Short course: Art, Science and complexity of evidence-informed decision-making and knowledge translation

The Centre for Evidence-based Health Care, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University, offers this 2 day workshop to provide researchers with a comprehensive understanding of what knowledge translation is and how to translate knowledge into accessible language and formats so that it can be effectively shared with different audiences.

Workshop: 24-25 June 2019

Venue: Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University

Objectives:

  • Understand the science, art and context complexity of knowledge translation (KT)
  • Map the power and interest of stakeholders iin the particular research issues
  • Design a KT strategy for intended audience/stakeholder(s)
  • Identify strategies to disseminate the research outputs/strategies
  • Outline a means of evaluating the dissemination/KT efforts

Upon completion participants will receive a Stellenbosch University short course certificate of attendance. It is also accredited for CPD points.

Attendance limited to 25 participants

Cost R3 000.

The follow on workshop on Engaging with Decision makers: Issue briefs for policy and practice is offered immediately after (June 26-28 2019) with only 12 spots available to those who have taken this foundational course. Reserve your spots now!

To secure your place, contact Traci Naidoo, tracin@sun.ac.za, by 30 May 2019.

PO Box 241, Cape Town, 8000, South Africa

Tel: +27 (0) 27 938 9886

Website: www.sun.ac.za/cebhc