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Sr. Lead, Knowledge Translation & Implementation
Ontario Medical Association
JOB SUMMARY

Reporting to the Manager, the Senior Lead is responsible for writing and creating effective communication and education tools for doctors.

RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES

The Senior Lead will create evidence-based resources and tools to support doctors by:

Understanding the information and support needs of members, by working with doctors and OMA staff
Gathering evidence by working with external subject matter experts and the OMA’s Research team to do environmental scans and conduct literature searches
Developing key messages and recommending the best formats for tools given the audience and content, as part of the developing the overall knowledge translation plan together with the Manager.
Writing content that addresses the information needs of members and is appropriate for the selected format(s)
Working with internal teams and external vendors (including graphic designers, web developers, etc.) to build resources and tools
Collaborating with the Communications team to disseminate resources and tools to members
Evaluating resources and collecting feedback to improve KT&I products and delivery processes
To support this work, the Senior Lead will also need to:

Effectively project manage the development of multiple tools for different topics concurrently
Build strong working relationships with internal teams, external organizations and doctors
Maintain ongoing awareness of the health system and follow emerging issues
Identify opportunities for program improvement across the knowledge translation cycle


Link: https://ontariomedicalassociation.applytojob.com/apply/0mhkMYPE0X
Manager, Implementation
Ontario Medical Association
The Manager, Implementation will work across the OMA to support members in the implementation of health system reform. A primary focus will be to help drive physician leadership in the implementation of Ontario Health Teams (OHTs). The successful candidate will work collaboratively across the organization including with OMA’s Regional Managers, Health Policy, Legal, Knowledge Translation and Stakeholder Relations to support physicians in their leadership roles in the development of OHTs.



RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

The Manager, Implementation will lead, manage and support the implementation of OHT initiatives by:

Building a Physician Engagement Strategy: Collaborating with and supporting OMA Regional Managers to realize physician engagement opportunities.


Developing and formalizing local physician networks: Liaise internally with OMA’s Legal Department and the OMA’s Regional Managers in supporting physician leaders to establish and formalize local physician networks.


Developing physician leadership resources and supports: identifying member needs that could be supported with tools, resources or education; work collaboratively with the Manager of Knowledge Translation and Implementation as supports are developed


Engaging stakeholders:
Work closely with the Manager of Stakeholder Engagement to develop strategic relationships with stakeholders to advance OHT goals
Lead, support, plan, and facilitate cross organizational and member-facing townhalls and meetings specific to OHTs
Provide secretariat support for OMA-Ministry of Health working group.


The role will also require keeping up to date on OHT developments throughout the province by conducting background research / scans and staying abreast of current events.
Link: https://ontariomedicalassociation.applytojob.com/apply/v4mS2GyV4p
Regional Practice Lead, Research & Knowledge Translation
Vancouver Coastal Health
Vancouver Coastal Health is looking for a Regional Practice Lead to join the VCH Research Institute at Vancouver General Hospital and the Robert Ho Research Centre. Apply today to join our team!



As a Regional Practice Lead with VCH you will:

Work in partnership with VCH Professional Practice, and across the organization to lead, cultivate, and facilitate a range of research and knowledge translation activities in the area of Long Term Care (LTC), enhancing the use of evidence in practice and decision-making and enabling broad engagement in research.
Act as an advocate and active role model for scholarly practice, raising the profile and engagement of research, evidence-informed practice/decision-making, and knowledge translation in our geographic area.
Service VCH broadly by supporting Long Term Care teams and individuals across VCH, through the provision of mentorship, guidance, support, and expertise in research and research-related activities and functions as an expert and liaison to the research community provincially and nationally.
Be responsible for supervising and managing research-related (funded and unfunded) activities; promoting collaborative research partnerships; assisting in the development of policy, procedures, and guidelines related to scholarly practice and research; and working with other Health Authorities in BC to capitalize on province-wide research and knowledge translation opportunities.
Link: https://careers-vch.icims.com/jobs/121475/job?utm_source=indeed_integration&iis=Job%20Board&iisn=Indeed&indeed-apply-token=73a2d2b2a8d6d5c0a62696875eaebd669103652d3f0c2cd5445d3e66b1592b0f
Education & Knowledge Exchange Specialist
University Health Network, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
The Knowledge Exchange Specialist is a key member of the Princess Margaret Cancer Education program. The Cancer Education program has a mandate to improve care through interventions that support trainee, provider and patient and family knowledge and skills in cancer care. The Knowledge Exchange Specialist facilitates change through leading strategic, quality, goal-based knowledge translation projects from inception to implementation with continued accountability to project success and impact on cancer care.

Working under the direction of the Senior Manager, Educational Design & Knowledge Translation, the Specialist requires past experience in conducting gap analysis/ needs assessments, analysing data points and writing reports of findings and recommendations, developing communication and education resources to support change and conducting evaluations to continuously assess and be accountable for impact. The Education & Knowledge Exchange Specialist will develop and deliver blended programming including instructor-led training, eLearning and other print and digital formats in collaboration with department members and subject matter experts.
Link: https://www.recruitingsite.com/csbsites/uhncareers/JobDescription.asp?SiteID=10031&JobNumber=866109
Communications Officer
Canadian Observatory on Homelessness
The Communications Officer is responsible for researching and developing written and multi-media content for the COH and our partners, including blogs, press releases, social and digital media content, newsletters, reports, etc. They also support the development of the COH’s websites, the Homeless Hub and the Homelessness Learning Hub, and social media activities. Under the direction of the Director of Communications with the support of the Communications Team, the Communications Officer assists with the creation and dissemination of social media content, blogs, reports, webinars, videos and other digital resources as required.
Link: https://www.homelesshub.ca/sites/default/files/Communications%20Officer%202020.pdf
Health Policy and Programs Coordinator
Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada
Status: Full-time; Permanent
Language Requirement: English essential; Inuktut highly desirable; French an asset.

We are seeking a skilled, creative individual to fill the role of Health Policy and Programs Coordinator. Under the direction of the Manager of Health and Policy Programs, the Health Policy and Programs Coordinator provides liaison and support between Health Policy and Programs unit and Pauktuutit’s Policy and Research unit in order to facilitate enhanced capacity of the health department, and enhanced support and coordination between projects and policy. As an expert analyst, the Coordinator has experience in community-based research, working with advisory committees and an understanding of government policy matters for Inuit.
Link: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2228772471/
Research And Policy Analyst - GBA+
Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada
Status: Full-time; Permanent
Language Requirement: English essential; Inuktut highly desirable; French an asset

We are seeking a skilled individual to fill the role of Policy Research Analyst. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Policy Research Analyst supports the development and implementation of Pauktuutit’s strategic policy priorities, research priorities and initiatives specifically in the areas of Gender based Analyst and Health. An excellent communicator with an analytical mind, the Policy and Research Analyst is focused on ensuring that data is analyzed and communicated in a concise way to further the understanding of Pauktuutit’s mandates and initiatives.
Link: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2242662975/
Graduate Student Placement - Office of Spread and Scale. Deadline: Nov 27, 2020
Women’s College Hospital
This position is hosted by the Office of Spread and Scale (OSS), which was recently established at Women’s College Hospital (WCH). One of the largest barriers in the uptake of effective interventions is a lack of support for teams with effective interventions who want to connect to health system stakeholders in order to impact policy. The Office of Spread and Scale (OSS) aims to address these gaps by 1) supporting teams with effective interventions to expand to new settings and populations; and 2) partnering with policy-makers to identify enablers that would support the adoption of innovative interventions.

This temporary position will give a graduate student the opportunity to work with an innovative team that is leading cutting-edge work focusing on supporting the spread and scale of new models of care. This role will be an opportunity for the student to apply their skills in implementation science, health services research, and literature reviews, while supporting the development of this new initiative. The skills/training required for spread and scale work are unique, and the student to be trained by implementation scientists and health services researchers who are well versed in this emerging space.

Application Closing Date: November 27, 2020 Anticipated Start Date: January 4, 2021

Duration: Flexible. Ideally 16-weeks full-time, however part-time arrangements can be made.

To qualify for this position, you must be a current graduate student living in Canada. The position is virtual, so no relocation is required. This position can be full or part-time. The start date is flexible, however a January start is preferred. This is a paid position.

Interested applicants should submit their CV, and a brief letter summarizing their interest in this position, career plans, and future research goals.

Link: https://www.womensresearch.ca/trainees/awards-fellowships/graduate-student-office-of-spread-and-scale
Project Coordinator
Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada
Status: Full-time; Permanent
Language Requirement: English essential; Inuktut highly desirable; French an asset

We are seeking a skilled, creative individual to fill the role of Project Coordinator. Under the direction of the Director of Programs, the Project Coordinator maintains current subject matter knowledge as well as relevant government funding programs and other sources of financial support. An excellent communicator with strong writing skills, the Project Coordinator can identify relevant projects of benefit to Inuit women and identify appropriate potential funders for projects.


As an ideal candidate, you are an engaging, self-motivated team player with exceptional communication skills. You have knowledge and experience of the North and share our deep commitment to advocating for, and supporting, Inuit women and their families.
We are seeking a skilled individual to fill the role of Policy Research Analyst. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Policy Research Analyst supports the development and implementation of Pauktuutit’s strategic policy priorities, research priorities and initiatives specifically in the areas of Gender based Analyst and Health. An excellent communicator with an analytical mind, the Policy and Research Analyst is focused on ensuring that data is analyzed and communicated in a concise way to further the understanding of Pauktuutit’s mandates and initiatives.
Link: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2242676173/
Manager, Knowledge Mobilization
Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health
Join our team and help lead KMb across Ontario's child and youth mental health sector.

The Manager, Knowledge Mobilization (KMb), oversees the development, implementation and evaluation of Centre products and services aimed at ensuring evidence-based decision-making in Ontario’s child and youth mental health sector. The Manager, KMb, is a provincial resource for agency leaders and service providers on a range of relevant topics, including implementation science, evaluation and quality improvement. The Manager, KMb will provide leadership, mentoring/coaching of program staff and coordination and monitoring of knowledge mobilization activities and products together with other Centre staff, managers and directors.
Link: https://careers.cheo.on.ca/Job/Details/ae51473f-a33d-4a2f-8c20-ac7600f839f5
Director, Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation
BC Cancer
Director, Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation see link for a full description.
Link: https://jobs.phsa.ca/job/vancouver/director-nursing-and-allied-health-research-bc-cancer-vancouver/909/17924548?utm_source=email&utm_medium=social_post&utm_campaign=PHSA_social
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