Masters or equivalent experience
Working with the Chronic Pain Network Knowledge Translation committee the incumbent will be working with researchers and key stakeholders to plan, develop, communicate and evaluate effective knowledge translation and communication strategies that will facilitate the dissemination and uptake of research findings for the projects, practice and policy decisions, as well as other general communications strategies for the Chronic Pain Network.
Compile and disseminate ad-hoc reports and products to broad audiences and stakeholders.
Work with researchers to identify the optimal ways to disseminate results to the research community and stakeholders.
Develop strategic communication initiatives that act as knowledge transfer mechanisms and raise the awareness of the work and outcomes of the research enterprise and other departmental initiatives.
Liaise with internal contacts, external partners, community organizations and other stakeholders.
Provide advice and expertise to decision makers on the use of evaluation activities to measure the effectiveness of the knowledge translation strategy.
Identify strategies to transfer research findings to policy and program decision makers.
Use revised versions of KT tools to work with each project lead to determine their current KT initiatives, goals for KT, key messages and key stakeholders.
Share a completed version of the tool, for each project, with the KT committee.
Review each project with the KT committee, highlighting strengths and weakness, and areas for the KT committee to provide feedback and assistance with resources.
Send each project comments, suggestions and resources supplied by the KT committee to assist each project with their KT initiatives.
Education: Master’s degree in a relevant field of study.
Experience: Requires 3 years of relevant experience.
Typical office environment
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