The Team for Implementation, Evaluation, and Sustainability (TIES) works with a diverse range of health system stakeholders at local, national, and international levels to support the uptake of research evidence in practice.
We have adopted a comprehensive, applied approach to knowledge translation, and offer a wide range of services for evidence implementation in research settings and the real world. Examples of projects include collaborations with the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care (CTFPHC), Ontario Drug Policy Research Network (ODPRN), and World Health Organization (WHO). Through our training, tools, and publications, we aim to provide researchers and front-line implementers with high-quality resources to conduct their own knowledge translation work.
TIES is led by Dr. Julia Moore and is comprised of experts in diverse areas of implementation, including: tool development; qualitative and quantitative research; evaluative methods; capacity building; stakeholder engagement; and implementation.