Academic and research partners are encouraged to attend Western Research’s Knowledge Exchange School, held virtually, with sessions on December 2, 9, and 16.
Attendees will learn about knowledge exchange, developing innovative and robust knowledge exchange plans for grants, writing a compelling background section, engaging policy-makers in research, measuring scholarly impact and sharing research using GIS and The Conversation.
“I wasn’t so paranoid and anxious about the potential of never seeing my family members again. It wasn’t until the events that were perpetuated onto my community – the Black community – during this pandemic made me weary and afraid of the varied angles that our lives can simply be taken from us.”
Each year, the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists honours a member of the association “who has made an outstanding contribution to the profession through research, education and the practice of occupational therapy by presenting the individual with the Muriel Driver Memorial Lectureship Award.”
Join Western faculty, staff and students for a day of virtual workshops, discussions, video presentations and more on Thursday, November 19, 2020. The keynote, The Secondary Psychological and Social Impact of COVID-19, will be delivered by Samuel Y.S. Wong (Director of the School of Public Health and Primary Care and Head of the Division of Family Medicine and Primary Healthcare at the Chinese University of Hong Kong).