From setting the stage to setting trends by Mandy Sangha


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Presentation by Mandy Sangha, BSc(OT), PMP
Specialist, Knowledge Management, Methods and Adoption
Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

2014 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum, Saskatoon, SK, June 9 & 10, 2014

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From setting the stage to setting trends by Mandy Sangha

  1. 1. From setting the stage to setting trends Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum Mandy Sangha Specialist, Knowledge Management Methods and Adoption Karen Singh Director, Knowledge Management
  2. 2. Presentation Outline Overview of the Partnership, our mandate and our approach to the Management of Knowledge Resources Conceptual Framing of the KTE Challenge CPAC’s approach to Evaluating the Impact of KTE CPAC’s Assessment of our KTE Measurement Approach (the Standard KTE Survey)
  3. 3. 3 CPAC: Collaborative Action, Enabling Change
  4. 4. 4 Evaluation Challenge: Common elements for evaluation across different contexts
  5. 5. Where did we start? The Pioneers KTE What By whom Intended Outcome How To whom Lavis et al. (2003) Barwick (2009) Lavis, J.N. et al. (2003) Milbank Quarterly. 81(2): 221-248. Barwick, M. (2009) KTE Design & Planning Knowledge Exchange Outcomes
  6. 6. Finding a KTE Definition 6 Preparing knowledge Sharing knowledge Making a difference
  7. 7. KTE Framework 7 Design Delivery/ Exchange Uptake Why | What | How To/From Whom Discussion | Citation Collaboration | Adoption Awareness | Receipt Understanding | Engagement Review | Reflect Inform | Improve
  8. 8. KTE Framework 8 Design Delivery/ Exchange Uptake Team Reflection Tool Design & Planning Checklist Standard KTE Survey
  9. 9. What are we evaluating? 9 Theory What constitutes a KTE event/product? - Motivates the use of evidence - Target audiences are in a position to influence adoption Practice - Network meetings - Knowledge Exchange meetings - Workshops - Webinars -Product dissemination (reports, videos, etc.) -Online properties (Cancerview, Collaborative Spaces)
  10. 10. What the data tell us • Supporting immediate outcome: providing enhanced access to high quality information, tools and resources • Indicators associated with this goal: 10 %KTE participants/target audience members reporting that Partnership KTE activity is useful %KTE participants/target audience members reporting that they intend to use Partnership KTE product/information provided
  11. 11. How we report the data Program Organization
  12. 12. Evolution of the KTE Survey
  13. 13. 13 Audience Understanding Usefulness Intent to Use Exchange KTE Survey 1.0 Design Delivery/ Exchange Uptake
  14. 14. What the data said... • We are doing GREAT! But how do we know what we’re doing wrong?! ...analyses...thinking...
  15. 15. Are we asking the right questions?
  16. 16. How does KTE success relate to achieving our cancer control outcomes? • Desired KTE objectives need to link back to our logic model • KTE participants are asked if the objectives were achieved ...analyses...thinking... KTE Objectives
  17. 17. KTE Survey 2.0
  18. 18. Access to the Partnership’s KTE toolkit • Email • Once final, available on our website • Publishing in the works Survey link:
  19. 19. Thanks!