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  1. 1. wvears Research Translation what is it whq it mafiers and how to do it Dr Tamika Heiden whaf? Dcflnitionx and Terminology yaktaustralia www. ktaustralia. com theiden@ktaustralia. com
  2. 2. 17 Years
  3. 3. V owledge Translation AUSTRALIA
  4. 4. “The sgnthesis, exchange, and application of knowledge bg relevant stakeholders to accelerate the benefits of global and local innovation in strengthening health sgstems and improving people's health. ‘ world Health Organization (2005) Collaborative problem solving between researchers and decision makers that happens through linkage and exchange (CHSRF) Canadian Health Services Research Fund Moving knowledge into active service for the broadest possible common good (SSHRCl Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council ‘lranilllhc-rial Research’ TH transfer 0| bail: merit: dlSEDV£f‘fl IMO Lllnicul nppllelzliam lath II: was. ‘ xunilvnrdlllulion In van: ma
  5. 5. ”The sgnthesis, exchange, and application of knowledge bu relevant stakeholders to accelerate the benefits of global and local innovation in strengthening health sqstems and improving people’s health. ” world Health Organization (2005)
  6. 6. Collaborative problem solving between researchers and decision makers that happens A through linkage and exchange (CHSRF) Canadian Health Services Research Fund
  7. 7. Moving knowledge into active service for the broadest possible common good (SSHRC) Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
  8. 8. Implement
  9. 9. Translational Research: The transfer of basic science discoveries into clinical applications. Bench to bedside, commercialisation in some cases
  10. 10. Clinicians can barely keep pace with the rapid advances in health—care knowledge and would need to read 20 articles a day all year round to maintain present knowledge. snnnvyfvtr r Irrldmubrmps tuquulny um mm as Ibooral ! C3Cd'Erl n RCIC USS 240.000.000.000 ,1. - . 7 l 85%‘wasted Results ol studies in the USA and the Netherlands suggest that about 30-40% cl patients do not receive care according to present scientific evidence, and about 20-25% of care provided is not needed or is potentially harmful. . ... ... e.. ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... _ . ... ... ... e : §lnJ-r¢’llN4»gy-l. l«: A
  11. 11. ‘ High Res § arch ldasta k~. ».. .. .’. y , /, 0 / ' / ‘xii A l Results of studies in the USA and the Netherlands suggest that about 30-40% of patients do not receive care according to present scientific evidence, and about 20-25% of care provided is Clinicians can barely keep pace with the rapid advances in health-care knowledge and would need to read 20 articles a day all year round to maintain present knowledge. 4’ not needed or is potentially harmful. Grail s. ... ... ... .,. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Shaneyhlt 1'. Building bridgn to quality. [AMA man 155,- w'°= "'*= '°'<""<= 'P'°"'<' "We" ‘W’ " '= --It‘ 7'“ " zsoa-or. -" . H‘ . _ ‘ )3.
  12. 12. Clinicians can barely keep pace with the rapid advances in health-care knowledge and would need to read 20 articles a day all year round to maintain present knowledge. Shaneyfelt 1'. Building bridges to quality. [AMA 2001; 286: 2600-01.
  13. 13. Results of studies in the USA and the Netherlands suggest that about 30-40% of patients do not receive care according to present scientific evidence, and about 20-25% of care provided is not needed or is potentially harmful. Grol R. Successes and failures in the implementation of evidence—based guidelines for clinical practice. Med Care 2001: 39 : {suppl 2) 46-54
  14. 14. Life sciences research in ZOIO uss 24o. ooo, ooo. ooo Research: Increasing value, reducing waste Lancet 2013;382:1286-307 & 2009:374:86—9
  15. 15. Researchers :1 Knowledge Influencing Creation of Questions i Methods Consultation Pumeuhlps fanned with Mlh (nllnboramls , ... ..¢, .,q. g.. , and xuloehoiders u: mnm'a panvbutls rrkuch Bunm and laulnumues to use «.1-cw wulhrtl wwquenuuunas eel research Evulu-non or rvsuldl lmplmmu-an/ d'mem»uiun ‘ ‘*1? . at-Mf lwly the knowledge we pm rnnrlrlc —>, (Ml| rVo[Is 'i10l<»! |i'iciCji3 Translation as a sgs'i'em Research Process “"""““‘ °"8‘? ‘"! r Knowledge from research engagemenll , .,, ,.. .,. g .0 j . _ rel-Iimshio mkenolaers ‘ fmdmgs nunagenunt Fcedoack process: -s k, ,_ . implications of knowledge Determine haw Ihis implementation of *"°"'_'j5j: g:"“"= knowledge Work with sukzlloidevs ~ Eommeocialisalion ea determine communal (= E"¢W¢'Vs! °' rnizvuuneolkosowitdge wcdum) / Guidellnu ‘ 4 - cunlul pa-mic: 4 - Sqevirz pnwisiav A Policy > j 5 lllssminflwn oi knmkdge Publications In Ssxill 8: olive! Conference media Presentations _ own language W51‘ summaries seminars] info seslons Suheholdzr Imam-1
  16. 16. Researchers it Knowledge Users . Creation of Questions t Methods Consultation with stakeholders Partnerships formed with collaborators and stakeholders Literature Si previous research Barriers and facilitators to use Impact impact shows people knew what to do with the information uou shared '"fl“e"°i"3 Measured at the 5“b5°q"‘"‘ mums level of the user of research Evaluation of research implernentation/ dissemination ' 4' ‘#1? ‘I i Research Process Y Continued ongoing 1‘ > engagementl reponing to '¢l3‘l°"5hlP stakeholders management Feedback processes Implementation of knowledge - Commercialisation ‘PPlY "19 (e. g new drugs or knowledge we Pmduns) gain to tackle _ Guidelines d““'"3°s - Clinical practice . 4 . / l’ Knowledge from research ‘ findings Implications of knowledge Determine how this knowledge could make a difference Work with stakeholders to determine contextual relevance of knowledge
  17. 17. Creation of Questions é Methods C0|'ISUltati0n Partnerships formed with with collaborators stakeholders and stakeholders Literature & previous research Barriers and facilitators to use b Research Process Continued engagementl relationship management Ongoing reporting to stakeholders Feed back processes
  18. 18. Creation of Questions é Methods Y CO| ‘ISUlt. atlOn Partnerships formed » with with collaborators ' stakeholders and stakeholders Literature & previous research Barriers and facilitators to use
  19. 19. Research Process COntlnUeCl Ongoing e”8a8em"-‘“t/ reporting to "elatl°“5hlP stakeholders management Feedback processes
  20. 20. ‘Knowledge from research findings
  21. 21. (crow ecge Creation of nuestions é Methods Researchers 4 Knowledge (onsullntlon p. ... ... =i. ... ;i. ... ... s U59“ I ‘ 5 snakzflhlaillaus Lnertluve fl: -wiuus vsuldi Barriers and luilllalors In use . L . I 7 Impact llnii W. .. .. . . In o, the Il m'I«»“3If‘v1‘u~»= aliescurch Evnlualion or research imgigmeuulion/ dissemnrulioli ' * w}? aw 'i'6 ; nsla'i'ion as c-; SljS'i'€i‘-‘I Research Process . - Servke pmvislon C II ued _: _ e: ;‘_; mm/ 'e0vsoPW: v;: w £ _ Knowledge from research relationship stakeholders findings management Feedback pang L’ . Implications of knowledge neoermir-2 how this Implementation of "'“"'= *’8° ‘“"“ "“"= I difference knowledge Wodr with 9 Ireh lders « Cnmmemalnsaliun lodetermineltonlznual I rims: -up vi relevanceof knowledge plninladxln “K q. ...4.1i, .., -« "‘"""I“ ~ ciiniui punke ' 1 Disiiernmtin of mating: Pllbliuliorls 5 Social In other Conference media Plesenlalions H-_ h III e we s. .m. ... E" seminars} into sessions Stakeholder lgdback
  22. 22. Dissemination of knowledge _. Publications8i Social & other Conference media Presentations _ Plain language Public summaries seminarsl info sessions Stakeholder I feedback
  23. 23. Implications of knowledge Determine how this knowledge could make a difference Work with stakeholders to determine contextual relevance of knowledge
  24. 24. Implementation of knowledge - Commercialisation APPlY the (e. g new drugs or knowledge we 4 products) gain to tackle ~ ', Guidelines chaflenges - Clinical practice . . I - Service provision - Policy 4.. .
  25. 25. Impact Impact shows people knew what to do with the information gou shared Influencing subsequent rounds of research Measured at the level of the user Evaluation of research implementation/ dissemination Sustainabilitql
  26. 26. (riow ecge Creation of lluestions é Methods Researchers 4 Knowledge Consullntlon p. ... ... o.. ..; i.. ... .o llsf“ I ‘ 5 stakzflnloillaeqs mentor: fl: -wiuus rsurdi Barriers and luillralors In use . L . r 7 Impact . ... t W. .. .. . . do w, dish ll oullfilfiltms alresearclr Evaluation or research implemerrulion/ dissemrrulioli ' * am new 'i'6 ; nsla'i'ion as c-; SijS'l'€i‘-‘I Research Process . - Servke pmvislon C II ued _: _ e: ;‘_; mm/ novsowmivizw £ _ Knowledge from research relationship stakeholders findings management Feedback pnnges L’ . Implications of knowledge neoermir-2 how this Implementation of "'“"'= *’8° ‘“"l*’ "“'‘= I difference knowledge Wodt with 9 Iteh lders « Cnmmemalnsatiun lodeterrnirieltorrlzxlual I rims: -he vi relevarreeof knowledge plntnladtln “K q. ...4.1i, .., -« "‘"""I“ ~ ciinieai pumte ' a Disimnatin of knntrdgr Publiurions 5 Social In other Conference media Presenlalions H-_ h III e P-we s. .m. ... E" serninarsl info sessions Stakeholder lgdback
  27. 27. Considerations - Non— linear, two way - closing the loop - Context - translation differs by situation, strategies and outcomes often qualitative - Sustainability - of changes, practices, policies should be considered - Innovation - Having a KT plan and pathway to impact is important. Skills in: - Strategy - Networking - Relationship management - Communication
  28. 28. wears Research Translation what is it, whg it matters and how to do it. Dr Tamika Heiden i’ What? 1 Definitions and Terminologg l. .‘ §_ - , ’@ktauStralia www. ktaustralia. com theidenc-; nktaustralia. com

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