Knowledge Translation: What we do

The Centre employs strategies to promote the uptake of best evidence in healthcare policy and practice. This includes:

  • Dialoguing with and enhancing the EBHC capacity of key stakeholders.
  • Responding to request for evidence from decision makers.
  • Producing and disseminating summaries of best evidence including evidence informed clinical guidelines and policy briefs.
  • Communicating research findings to a variety of stakeholders including the general public, the media, health professionals and policy makers.
  • Cochrane Nutrition

    Implementing knowledge translation activities evidence related to the Field’s topic area.
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  • Policy BUDDIES

    BUilding Demand for evidence in Decision making through Interaction and Enhancing Skills. Read more

  • SAGE

    An innovative partnership for clinical guideline excellence. Read more


    This initiative develops the capacity of implementers to identify implementation barriers and opportunities that can be addressed through research. Read more

  • KT Workshops

    Seeking to bridge the gap between research and decision-making. Read more

  • Resources

    Practical information to assist you in practicing EBHC. Read more

  • GELA

    A 3-year project that aims to increase decision makers’ capacity to use global research evidence to develop locally relevant clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for newborn and child health. Read more