20120323 MSFHR Survey for individual needs training

Please find a link to a survey launched by the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR). The purpose of the survey is to determine individual needs and interests for training and resources related to the effective use of health research evidence in health care practice and policy.

The target audience for the survey is both researchers AND those who use research evidence in their work.

Last year, the UBC University Industry-Liaison Office partnered with MSFHR in presenting the Scientist Knowledge Translation Training Workshop (which was fully subscribed within minutes of registration opening), and we are keen to assist MSFHR determine priorities for developing future training and resources in this area. We encourage you to complete the survey and/or circulate it to colleagues who may be interested in responding.

Please note that the survey is anonymous and does not collect any information that will identify you personally or link you with any specific organization.

Knowledge Translation Needs Assessment Survey
(http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TBMNY7Q)

Many thanks in advance for your assistance and feedback. If you have any questions regarding the survey, please contact Gayle Scarrow, MSFHR Knowledge Translation Manager gscarrow@msfhr.org.
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Jamie Hall
Communications Officer | University-Industry Liaison Office
The University of British Columbia
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jamie.hall@uilo.ubc.ca
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