Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation

Our Focus

The Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation department promotes innovation and excellence in interprofessional research and knowledge mobilization to drive evidence-informed improvements in care, better patient outcomes and increased system performance.

Nurses and allied health professionals bring distinct perspectives informed by practice expertise and an approach to research that guides knowledge generation toward relevant and meaningful problems. Our team operates at the intersection of science, practice and policy. This is where we can have the most impact and ensure researchers and decision-makers work together to identify and tackle complex health-related challenges.

News & Events

‘It seemed like a good idea at the time’: Beyond ISLAGIATT, leveraging KT to support change in clinical care and service delivery

The BC Cancer Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation department is pleased to invite you to our next session of the Research & KT Learning Collaborative.

Supporting nurses to have meaningful advance care planning conversations with patients

Learn about the research underway to support our nurses with engaging with patients and their families about advance care planning and their future health care wishes.

Knowledge Translation (KT) Challenge: increasing the impact and reach of nursing and allied health research

​The implementation of evidence-informed clinical practices is crucial to delivering high-quality cancer care—yet significant gaps exist between the production of new knowledge and its application at the point-of-care.

Recent Publications

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