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Dr. Terri-Lynn MacKay and Dr. Lisa Petermann - Knowledge Translation in Gambling Research: A Public Health Approach

  1. 1. Dr. Terri-Lynn MacKay and Dr. Lisa Petermann Assistant Research Professor, University of Nevada Senior Consultant Clinical Engagement, Alberta Health Services
  2. 2. Knowledge Translation in Gambling Research Terri-Lynn Mackay and Lisa Petermann February 2nd, 2014
  3. 3. An RG training program is delivered to casino employees and researchers study whether employee knowledge increased
  4. 4. A research team studies a sample of patients in a treatment facility to determine whether their treatment protocol is effective in treating problem gamblers
  5. 5. Where am I? You’re 30 yards above the ground in a balloon You must be a researcher Yes. How did you know? Because what you told me is absolutely correct but completely useless You must be a policy maker Yes, how did you know? The problem 7
  6. 6. Purpose
  7. 7. Knowledge Translation • Integration of research into a more concise overview • Examples: systematic reviews, meta-analyses and practice guidelines Synthesis • Tailoring the message to meet the audience • Examples: briefing notes, toolkits, and translating research in plain language to stakeholder groups Dissemination • interaction between stakeholder groups • Example: researchers and policy makers working collaboratively to apply knowledge in real world setting. Exchange
  8. 8. Identification Records identified through database searching (n = 1070) Additional records identified through grey literature search and via gambling listserv (n = 93)
  9. 9. Search Terms Knowledge transfer, knowledge exchange, knowledge translation, knowledge mobilization, knowledge sharing, knowledge distribution, knowledge diffusion, information sharing, diffusion of innovation, action research, audit and feedback, communities of practice, knowledge broker, opinion leader, continuing education, information dissemination, implementation research, research utilization, and evidence based practice + gambling (search as gambl*), gaming, pathological gambling, and problem gambling
  10. 10. Key Findings Consensus Building (13/24) Collaboration/co- design (10/34) Tools and tactics (8/34) Trans-disciplinary translation (3/34)
  11. 11. Consensus Building
  12. 12. Collaboration/Co-Design
  13. 13. Tools and Tactics
  14. 14. Trans-Disciplinary Translation
  15. 15. Lightbulb Learnings
  16. 16. Learning from Other Areas
  17. 17. KT and Gambling: Moving the Marble 1) What key areas in the gambling field are most ready for KT? 2) What is one thing you can commit to doing that would facilitate KT in your current work? 3) What are the potential barriers to successfully conducting KT in the gambling field?
  18. 18. Acknowledgements & Contact Info Contact: Terri-Lynn MacKay, Ph.D. University of Nevada, Las Vegas terrilynn.mackay@unlv.edu We would like to acknowledge:  The Alberta Gaming Research Institute  Ms. Christie Hurrell, Knowledge Resource Service, Alberta Health Services  Dr. David Hodgins, University of Calgary  Dr. Trudy Smit Quosai, Research, Knowledge Translation and Exchange, OPGRC Lisa Petermann, Ph.D. EXEP Consulting Inc. lisa@exep.ca
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