Knowledge translation

In your text, knowledge translation was offered in the form of the knowledge to action cycle proposed by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. This video produced by the Canadian Partnership against Cancer goes into detail on how the framework can be used in bringing scientific data to bear on specific translation efforts.

Knowledge transfer and innovation

Everyone can potentially help in creating new ideas that translate into health benefits. This Risk Bites video tells you how you can help.

A local issue translated

I came across a brief, but fascinating online video clip that takes basic science information and translates it into a useful and meaningful form, showing how a medium-sized community in Eastern Ontario (Canada) can use science-based information to promote community health. What makes this video so effective is not only that it concerns the entire lifespan (focusing on early life), but also because it takes into account science-based information and provides a systematic approach.

Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR)

In doing research with communities it is important to hear the voices of participants and to follow their lead. To help communities it is essential that we understand what their needs are and understand this from the community perspective. Of course, there is much more to it than that. This video will tell you more about this important topic.