Making sense of it all: Conducting KSTE with Canadian public health
Participants in this event were representatives and stakeholders from the six National Collaborating Centres, and the Public Health Agency of Canada and key researchers, practitioners and policymakers. The conference involved discussions of the challenges and opportunities for knowledge synthesis, translation and exchange (KSTE) within public health in Canada, how to create change in programs and policies and what is considered evidence and how it can be applied. This report includes detailed overviews on the presentations and discussions that took place at the conference and includes ideas on how to increase and improve KSTE.
Use this resource to:
- Learn about knowledge synthesis, translation and exchange in the context of public health in Canada
- Reflect on the mandate, history, and progress of the National Collaborating Centres of Public Health Program
National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health. (2007). A report on the NCC’s 2nd annual summer institute: Making sense of it all: Conducting KSTE with Canadian public health. Antigonish, NS: Author.