AllerGen Webinar Series – Resources

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AllerGen Webinar Series – Resources

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2016-17 Series

Getting to Impact: Why Knowledge Translation Matters for Researchers

Melanie Barwick

The Hospital for Sick Children

Integrating the Patient Voice in Health Research: What, Why & How

Colleen McGavin

BC SPOR SUPPORT Unit

How to Effect Societal Change: Working with the Media & Public

B. Brett Finlay & Marie-Claire Arrieta

UBC, UCalgary

Allergy & Asthma Misinformation in Popular Culture: How to Respond

Timothy Caulfield

University of Alberta

Knowledge Transfer to Support Evidence-informed Health Policy

Maureen Dobbins

McMaster University

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2015-16 Series

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Business Planning for Research Commercialization

Jason Ding

TEC Edmonton

Assessing the Market Potential for a New Therapeutic

Jonathon Jafari

CDRD

How to Attract Investment & Partners

Dr. Brian Underdown

Lumira Capital

Experiences of a Scientific Entrepreneur

Dr. Pieter Cullis

University of British Columbia

Planning for Policy Impact: Lessons Learned

Dr. Antoine Hakim

Stroke Network

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GETTING TO IMPACT:

Why Knowledge Translation Matters for Researchers

with Melanie Barwick

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Melanie Barwick (Hospital for Sick Children) delivered a webinar in AllerGen’s Knowledge Translation for Research Success series on February 14, 2017, describing how knowledge translation (KT) is growing in importance and relevance for health researchers, and identifying some tools with which to integrate KT into a science program.

Links to a two-page summary of her key messages, a PDF of her slide presentation, and a video of her webinar follow.

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Integrating the Patient Voice in Health Research:

The What, Why and How

with Colleen McGavin

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Colleen McGavin (BC SPOR SUPPORT Unit) delivered a webinar in AllerGen’s Knowledge Translation for Research Success series on March 8, 2017, discussing what patient engagement is (and isn’t), why it’s important and how BC’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) SUPPORT Unit is working to “get it right.”.

Links to a two-page summary of her key messages, a PDF of her slide presentation, and a video of her webinar follow.

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How to Effect Societal Change:

Working with the Media & Public

with B. Brett Finlay & Marie-Claire Arrieta

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Drs B. Brett Finlay and Marie-Claire Arrieta (University of British Columbia and University of Calgary) delivered a webinar in AllerGen’s Knowledge Translation for Research Success series on March 23, 2017, discussing the challenges involved in translating beneficial scientific concepts to the public, drawing upon on their experiences in dealing with the media and publishing a book of popular science (Let Them Eat Dirt).

Links to a two-page summary of their key messages, a PDF of their slide presentation, and a video of their webinar follow.

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Allergy and Asthma Misinformation in Popular Culture:

Responding to the Marketing of Unproven Therapies

with Timothy Caulfield

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Prof. Timothy Caulfield reviewed the available evidence about the misinformation that regularly circulates in the media and popular culture about how to treat and diagnose allergy and asthma, and shared insights from his team’s research on the services offered by complementary and alternative practitioners. He also discussed strategies researchers can use to respond to misinformation, taking into consideration relevant laws, policies and science communication strategies.

Links to a two-page summary of his key messages, a PDF of his slide presentation, and a video of his webinar follow.

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Knowledge Transfer to Support

Evidence-informed Health Policy

with Maureen Dobbins

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This webinar has not yet taken place. It is scheduled for May 8, 2017. More information

After the webinar takes place, below will follow links to a two-page summary of its key messages, a PDF of the slide presentation, and a video of the webinar.

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Business Planning for Research Commercialization

with Jason Ding

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Jason Ding (TEC Edmonton) delivered a webinar in AllerGen’s Planning for Research Success series on November 13, 2015, providing an introduction to business planning principles, methods and tools as applied to the commercialization of health science research outputs.

Links to a two-page summary of his key messages, a PDF of his slide presentation, and a video of his webinar follow.

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Assessing the Market Potential for a New Therapeutic

with Jonathon Jafari

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Jonathon Jafari (CDRD) delivered a webinar in AllerGen’s Planning for Research Success series on December 1, 2015, providing insight into the market assessment methods of the Centre for Drug Research and Development and tips on how to attract industry customers to a product.

Links to a two-page summary of his key messages, a PDF of his slide presentation, and a video of his webinar follow.

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How to Attract Investment & Partners

with Dr. Brian Underdown

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Brian Underdown (Lumira Capital) delivered a webinar in AllerGen’s Planning for Research Success series on February 4, 2016, exploring how to use a business case to successfully attract investment and/or partners to sustain a research undertaking.

Links to a three-page summary of his key messages, a PDF of his slide presentation, and a video of his webinar follow.

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Experiences of a Scientific Entrepreneur

with Dr. Pieter Cullis

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Pieter Cullis (UBC) delivered a webinar in AllerGen’s Planning for Research Success series on March 10, 2016, sharing his ‘stories from the trenches’ as an accomplished scientist-businessman with 30 years’ experience in conducting academic research and commercializing results.

Links to a two-page summary of his key messages and a PDF of his slide presentation follow.

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Planning for Policy Impact: Lessons Learned

with Dr. Antoine Hakim

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Antoine Hakim delivered a webinar in AllerGen’s Planning for Research Success series on April 19, 2016, offering lessons learned about bringing evidence to bear on policy and practice from his experience with the Canadian Stroke Network (CSN).

Links to a three-page summary of his key messages, a PDF of his slide presentation, and a video of his webinar follow.

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