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Aug 29, 2016 by Catherine Golden (cagw)
THS 8205 : Learning Theory and Models for Knowledge Translation in Health Systems II
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Translational Health Sciences (THS)
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THS-PHD: Translational Health Sciences
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Clinical Research and Leadership (CRL)
Long Course Title
Learning Theory and Models for Knowledge Translation in Health Systems II
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Learning Theory/KT II
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students in the PhD in translational health sciences degree program in good standing
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Completion of THS 8201
Dr. Paige McDonald, Dr. Margaret Plack
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Application of theories and models of learning and knowledge translation to the design and evaluation of interventions for learning and behavior change.
As a result of completing this course, students will be able to:
1. Apply theories and models of learning and knowledge translation to facilitate change in organizations and systems
2. Identify effective knowledge translation strategies for various stakeholders across the translational continuum
3. Create knowledge translation interventions targeting specific stakeholders for learning and behavior change across the translational continuum
4. Design an evaluation plan to determine the efficacy of knowledge translation interventions and their impact on innovation uptake
5. Integrate appropriate methods for sustaining change into a knowledge translation toolkit
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