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Knowledge Translation-What Is It?

Knowledge translation refers to the practice of getting research off the shelves and into the hands of those who can benefit from it.  Originating in the health sciences, knowledge translation activities focus not only on the implementation of research but translating research results into useable, understandable formats to benefit both service providers and consumers. In order to make sure disability research conducted at RTC: Rural will be useful and relevant once the project is complete and to enhance the success of knowledge translation activities, we involve consumers in project development right from the start.

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