The NSHRF is pleased to announce that it’s REAL Knowledge Program will be providing funding for up to three successful students from Nova Scotia* to attend the Knowledge Translation (KT) Canada Summer Institute (SI).
Held in Quebec City from June 9-11, 2014, the purpose of this SI is to provide participants with the opportunity to increase their understanding of knowledge translation research as well as opportunities and challenges in this field. The SI will provide participants with the chance to network with colleagues including national and international KT experts. The theme of the 2014 SI is “Knowledge Translation for 4 Ps (patients, providers, public and policymakers”.
The SI is free for trainees and costs $1000 for junior faculty (covers registration, accommodation for 2 nights, course materials and food associated with the SI). Junior faculty is defined as new faculty or any faculty new to KT.
Deadline for applications is March 14, 2014. For further application details, click here.
The NSHRF’s REAL Knowledge Program will be covering the cost for up to three successful applicants from Nova Scotia. To learn more, contact George Collier, Manager, REAL Knowledge Program.
*students from Nova Scotia are considered to be those that are enrolled at Nova Scotia universities or academic institutions and engaged in research activities relevant to the NSHRF mandate.