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Educational Resources

KT

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) (2008). Knowledge to action: A knowledge translation casebook

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). Learning resources

Michael Smith Foundation of Health Research (MSFHR). Knowledge translation case studies

Grimshaw, J. (2010). A guide to knowledge synthesis: A knowledge synthesis chapter: Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR).

Dementia / Alzheimer’s

BC Northern Health.  On-line dementia orientation e-learning tutorial

Alzheimer’s Association. What we know today about Alzheimer’s disease

Care for Elders. An interactive guide to the treatment of delirium

Dementia Training Study Centres eLearning – Australian Government

Diamond, J. (2011). Alzheimer’s disease: What’s it all about? Where do we stand in the search for a cure?  Alzheimer Society of Canada.

National Institute on Aging. Alzheimer’s disease education and referral center U.S Department of Health & Human Services

Phased dementia pathway for professionals

Portal of Geriatric Online Education

U.S Department of Health & Human Services. Alzheimers.gov

Dementia KT

Alzheimer Knowledge Exchange (AKE). Presentations – webinars and posters

Canadian Dementia Resource and Knowledge Exchange (CDRAKE) (2012). Emergency management, frailty, dementia and disasters: What health care providers need to know – eLearning module

Canadian Dementia Resource and Knowledge Exchange (CDRAKE). Webinars

Danylyshen-Laycock, T. (2012). Communicating strategies – Ways to maximize success when communicating with someone with dementia – webinar

McKnight, P. & Beattie, B.L. (2012). From the lab to the mainstream: Strategies for communicating dementia research and care – webinar

Molnar, F. The driving and dementia e-Learning module

Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program – University of Waterloo

Robillard, J. & Beatie, B.L. (2012). Dementia research and care in social media: Creating new KT opportunities – webinar

UBC Dementia Forums – presentations

Other Media

Council for the Advancement of Science Writing. Why scientists should talk to the media – webinar

Other Social Media

Hooley, T. (2011). Using social media to transfer research knowledge – presentation slides

Aging Related

KT-EQUAL. Monographs and presentations from recent events – quality of life for older and disabled people

National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE). EngAged – digital tools

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