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Table 1 Relevance and materiality coverage of selected KT funding programs

From: Understanding the performance and impact of public knowledge translation funding interventions: Protocol for an evaluation of Canadian Institutes of Health Research knowledge translation funding programs

Selected funding program KT area of focus CAD(mil) - 2010-11 financial commitment % of 2010-11 KT financial commitment
Knowledge Synthesis Synthesis; Integrated KT 1.76m CAD 10.6%
Partnerships for Health Integrated KT 6.29m CAD 37.7%
System Improvement    
Knowledge to Action Integrated KT 1.33m CAD 8%
DE and KTS End grant KT 1.34m CAD 8%
KT research KT science n/a n/a
Total coverage 10.72m CAD 64.3%
  1. Notes: 1) Figures are based on finance coding for CIHR’s PAA 1.4.2.; 2) KT research financial data is not included for the current period as money is not moved directly through PAA 1.4.2.; 3) Programs not included in our evaluation as a whole represent 35.7% of PAA area spending (less Partnerships programs that were purposely removed) and for this period are: Reduce Health Disparities, Training Awards, CADRE, Clinical Research Initiatives, Health Research Community Awards, KT Awards, Mobility in Aging, Cochrane Canada, Youth and Public Engagement, Res Action Program in Dementia, Partnerships award, JBI, Journalism Awards, Evidence Review and Synthesis Centre, Canadian Knowledge Synthesis Network, Canadian Virtual Library Network.