Reminder: Join the next meeting of the Knowledge Translation Community of Practice

Mar 8, 2018 | News

Dr. Karen Urbanoski will speak at the next KT CoP meeting.Dr. Karen Urbanoski will speak at the next KT CoP meeting.

The next meeting of the PHC Knowledge Translation (KT) Community of Practice takes place March 14, 12-1 p.m. in Conference Room 6 (Lower Level, Conference Centre), St. Paul’s Hospital

Dr. Karen Urbanoski will speak on “Integrated KT: Improving primary care for people who use substances through participatory community research."

Dr. Urbanoski is the Canada Research Chair in Substance Use, Addictions and Health Services; Scientist, Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research; Assistant Professor, School of Public Health & Social Policy, University of Victoria; Collaborator Scientist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. She will join us by webinar from her office in Victoria.

To join by webinar: (webinar space opens at 11:45 a.m.) This meeting will be held via Cisco WebEx (webconferencing). To fully participate, you will need a computer (preferred) or smart phone or tablet AND an internet connection. Failing that, you can still participate via teleconference using the numbers below. A few minutes before the meeting start time:

  1. Click the meeting link.
  2. Once connected to WebEx online, you need to connect to the audio side.
    - Click the Connect to Audio button. If you have a microphone and speakers or a webcam with a microphone, select Call using Computer (preferred).
    - Otherwise, select I Will Call In, pick up your telephone handset, and enter these three things: phone number: 1-855-244-8680; access code: 800 097 388; your attendee number, as displayed in WebEx once you're connected. 
  3. If needed, the meeting password is Network10 (case sensitive).

IMPORTANT - WebEx webinar will run on the following operating systems and internet browsers: Windows Vista 32-bit/64-bit, Windows 7 and newer, Mac OS X 10.7 and newer; Internet Explorer 7 and newer, Firefox (latest), Safari 5 and newer; Google Chrome (latest) **recommended for health authority computers**

For more details and instructions on joining by webinar, please email Aggie: If you have any questions, please contact: Aggie Black, Director, Health Services & Clinical Research and KT, or Jiak Chin Koh, Resource Dietitian for Clinical Nutrition & Clinical Instructor UBC:

Click here for more information. 

This session is held in partnership with the BC SUPPORT Unit.

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