The Team for Implementation, Evaluation, and Sustainability (TIES) is comprised of individuals who collectively have experience in a number of diverse fields, including: health care, public health, psychology, statistics, process/quality improvement, social work, adult education, health care administration, consumer health informatics, and patient safety. Moreover, each team member has been trained in knowledge translation, research and evaluation methods, and general project management to ensure that our collaborators and clients are provided with expert support at each project step.
The objectives of our work are to support the development, implementation, evaluation, and sustainability of evidence-based and theory-driven programs; build capacity in the practice of KT; and advance KT science (i.e., research on best practices in KT). We meet these objectives by engaging in projects that are funded by both research grants and contracts.
- Through our research grants, we initiate and collaborate on studies with an aim of contributing to the field of KT science.
- Through our contract-funded projects, we provide a consultation service and work with clients to meet their unique KT needs.
The specific services we provide include, but are not limited to:
Please contact us for information on our services.