Resources & publications
The main goal of knowledge translation (KT) is to ensure that diverse communities benefit from academic research results through improved social and health outcomes. But despite growing interest in researcher-user collaborations, little is known about what makes or breaks these types of relationships. Knowledge Translation in Context is an essential tool for researchers to learn how to be effective partners in the KT process.University of Toronto Press
Editors: Catherine Etmanski, Budd L. Hall, Teresa Dawson.
Chapter 11. Learning and living community-based research. Graduate student collaborations in Aboriginal communities by E. Anne Marshall, Ruby Peterson, Jennifer Coverdale, Samantha Etzel, and Nancy McFarland.
Chapter 12. Walking side by side: Living Indigenous ways in the academy by Lorna Williams, Michele Tanaka, Vivian Leik, and Ted Riecken.University of Toronto Press