Webcasts on Knowledge Translation Topics
The NCDDR offers webcasts to NIDRR grantees, people with disabilities and their families, professional organizations, and other stakeholders to increase awareness of and discussions regarding knowledge translation concepts and other topics of broad scope related to KT, standards of evidence, systematic review procedures, and effective outreach activities, and conclusions/implications from research addressing topics of high interest to consumers of evidence-based research.
Each webcast is approximately 60 to 90 minutes long and is moderated by a member of the NCDDR staff. Presenters include NIDRR grantees, policymakers, researchers, and other experts. The webcasts do not have a video component but provide audio with real-time captioning. Technical capabilities include the display of PowerPoint presentations and handout materials, including accessible formats. During the webcasts viewers are able to submit questions to the presenter(s) by e-mail or by toll-free telephone.
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The NCDDR began its webcasts focusing on knowledge translation in May 2006 and maintains a complete archive. Major KT topic areas are Research Quality and Disability and Diversity. We also present a series of webcasts in collaboration with the Center on Knowledge Translation for Technology Transfer (KT4TT). A listing of all webcasts is also available by date presented.
Select individual webcast titles to access archived materials including transcripts and audio files.
KT and Research Quality
- Disability Research Design Issues and Strategies
- Knowledge Translation at the Canadian Institutes of Health Research
- Knowledge Translation Initiative for DBTACs
- Making Science Stick: Developing the KT Plan
- New Features of The Cochrane Library
- Policy Implications for Disability and Rehabilitation Research Quality
- Rating the Strength of Evidence and Recommendations for Disability and Rehabilitation Research
- Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses of Single Subject Experimental Designs
- The Campbell Collaboration: New Directions in Identifying What Works
- The Nature of Research Evidence Used in Systematic Reviews and Guidelines
- The Value of "Traditional" Reviews in the Era of Systematic Reviewing
- Understanding The Cochrane Library
- Welcome to the New NCDDR
KT and Disability/Diversity
- A Multicultural Approach to Rehabilitation
- An Introduction to Jamaican Culture for Rehabilitation Services Providers
- Capacity Building and Cultural Competence When Working with Minority Populations
- Documenting Disparities in Obesity and Disability (Part 1)
- Disparities in Obesity and Disability Developing Research Partnerships and Collaborations (Part 2)
- Employment Outcomes After TBI: Does Race/Ethnicity Matter?
- Inclusion of Minorities in TBI Rehabilitation and Outcomes Research
- Racial/Ethnic and Gender Disparities in Health Outcomes of Persons with SCI
- Rehabilitation and Recovery of African-Americans Experiencing Severe Mental Illness
- Research and Dissemination in Indian Country
- The RAICES/Promotoras Project
- VR Service Models for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Women with Disabilities as a Health Disparities Population
KT for Technology Transfer (KT4TT)
- Begin with Knowledge Translation; Have the End--Technology Transfer--in Mind
- Intellectual Property Basics for Researchers and Inventors
- Knowledge Translation in Augmentative & Alt. Communication: A Randomized Controlled Study
- Knowledge Translation for Technology Transfer: Ensuring Beneficial Impacts from R & D
- The KT4TT Knowledge Base: Steps and Supporting Evidence to Improve Your Process!
- The KT4TT Knowledge Base: The researcher's resource for innovation—Now including tools!
- Three States of Knowledge and their Implications for Innovation Policies
Webcasts by Date Presented
These webcasts are supported through the National Center for the Dissemination of Disability Research (NCDDR), which is funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) in the U.S. Department of Education. Opinions and views expressed are those of the presenters and no endorsement by the funding agency should be inferred.