TIES projects include a combination of grants and contracts covering a variety of topics. All projects focus on bringing research evidence to practice.
|wdt_ID||Project Name||Project Type|
|1||Mobilization of Vulnerable Elders (MOVEs)||Implementation practice, Implementation science|
|26||Intersectionality and Knowledge Translation||Implementation science|
|27||Heart and Stroke||Implementation practice|
|3||Ontario Drug Policy Research Network (ODPRN)||Dissemination practice|
|4||The GREAT Network||Implementation practice|
|5||Readiness for Change||Tool|
|6||Foundations of Knowledge Translation||Implementation science|
|7||Ontario Stroke Network, Strategy for Patient Oriented Research, Quality-Based Practices||Patient-oriented research|
|9||Partners in Research (PIR)||Implementation practice|
|10||Enhancing Uptake of Systematic Reviews (SRU)||Dissemination science|
Dissemination Practice: Purposive distribution of information and intervention materials to a specific audience. The Intent is to spread information. (NIH)
Implementation Practice: The use of strategies to adopt and integrate evidence-based interventions and change practice within specific settings. (NIH)
Dissemination Science: The scientific study of processes and variables that determine and/or influence the spread/sharing of knowledge to various stakeholders.
Implementation Science: The scientific study of the methods to promote the uptake of research findings in clinical, organizational, or policy contexts. (Implementation Science journal)
Tool: Resource used to help patients/clinicians make informed decisions with regards to patient care.