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Table 2 Focus and learning objectives of KTFN sessions

From: Building knowledge translation competency in a community-based hospital: a practice-informed curriculum for healthcare providers, researchers, and leadership

Session Session 1a: Setting the stage for KT thinking Session 2a: Organizing KT thinking Session 3a: Putting KT thinking into motion Session 4a: Putting KT planning into action: implementation and sustainability Session 5a: Putting KT planning into action: Demonstrating impact Session 6a: Putting KT planning into action: Applying KT knowledge
Sessional Learning Objectives (application of Bloom’s Taxonomy [26]) Describe KT
Discuss the importance and value of integrating KT into the disability context
Identify core KT principles
Distinguish between iKT and end-of-grant KT (eKT)
Apply iKT and eKT frameworks to KT project plan
Discuss the benefits of KT planning
Identify types of KT strategies
Embed KT strategies into KT project plan to achieve goals
Identify different implementation strategies
Identify sustainability constructs
Embed implementation strategies and sustainability constructs into KT project plan
Identify and discuss KT indicators for goal achievement
Identify collective hopes for impact for people in the system
Embed evaluation strategies into KT project plan
Apply KT content learned through the delivery of a KT plan and participation in a simulation
  1. iKT: stakeholders collaborate throughout the entire process to drive work (e.g., co-create objectives)
  2. eKT: KT that happens at the end or completion of work (e.g. presentations, publications, products to prime for implementation)
  3. aReference to: KT terminology, seminal literature, KT theories, models, and frameworks was made throughout the sessions, where appropriate