The knowledge translation (KT) literature suggests that multiple KT strategies combined can be most effective to promote change. The Online KT Toolkit provides guidance on how to use the KT strategies that research has shown to be effective. These tools are designed primarily for Model Systems researchers, but can be adapted by the general public. New tools will be added on this page as they are created throughout the duration of the grant.
Conduct Systematic Reviews
Use Social Media
- MSKTC Social Media Development Workbook
- Social Media Development Content Calendar
- Guide for Developing an MSKTC Social Media Plan
- Web Clinic: Social Media Analytics
- Using Social Media to Promote Research
- Getting Started with Social Media Advertising Guide
- Using Social Media Advertising for Research (Archived Recording)
What is Knowledge Translation?
Knowledge translation (KT) is the process by which new knowledge is transformed into information that benefits society through changed policies, behaviors, programs, or practices. KT is a systematic process that begins with collecting and analyzing the latest research findings.