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Anneliese Poetz, PhD – Manager, KT Core Kids Brain Health Network
David Phipps, PhD, MBA – Lead, KT...
Knowledge Translation Core
Projects new or
continuing Y6-10
High potential for impact
High Impact Projects (HIPs)
“KT maxi...
Aspects of KT Planning
Aspects of Project Management
End user feedback - draft
Problem: Overwhelming
Solution: Short template + longer guide
Template Guide
Solution: Colour blocked sections
Solution: Colour blocked sections
with “map” of document
Solution: multi-select menus
Solution: multi-select menus
Solution: multi-select menus
Solution: auto-populated cells
Why is this important?
Helps make KT Planning easier
Why is this important?
Helps KT Core track/project manage 4-5
concurrent projects toward impact
Why is this important?
Impact takes time – even if impact not achieved
by Y9 can demonstrate achievements to-date
Why is this important?
Helps move the field of KT forward with new tool
Now what
Prototype (“living document”)
Now what
Future iteration to be informed by feedback (new
requirements) discovered during use
Now what
Will explore creating a web-based version
www.kidsbrainhealth.ca
David Phipps, PhD, MBA
Lead, Knowledge Translation Core
Kids Brain Health Network
dphipps@yorku.ca
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An innovative "Hybrid" tool that integrates Project Management principles with KT Planning - toward achieving impact for KBHN NCE

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Created to help KBHN NCE High Impact Projects achieve impact during its second cycle of funding, this innovative tool combines components from Melanie Barwick's KT Planning Template (Sick Kids) and Purnima Sundar's KT Planning tool (Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health) with principles of project management (project management charter) into a comprehensive yet user-friendly tool for project teams to plan and manage their research projects toward impact.

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An innovative "Hybrid" tool that integrates Project Management principles with KT Planning - toward achieving impact for KBHN NCE

  1. 1. www.kidsbrainhealth.ca Anneliese Poetz, PhD – Manager, KT Core Kids Brain Health Network David Phipps, PhD, MBA – Lead, KT Core Kids Brain Health Network Michael Johnny, MA – Manager, KMb Unit York University Waypoint Research Institute – KT in Mental Health and Addictions Conference Thursday June 18, 2015 – 3:00pm – 4:30pm (Auditorium, Room 001) Toronto, Ontario
  2. 2. Knowledge Translation Core Projects new or continuing Y6-10 High potential for impact High Impact Projects (HIPs) “KT maximizes the impact of research and training in neurodevelopmental disorders”
  3. 3. Aspects of KT Planning
  4. 4. Aspects of Project Management
  5. 5. End user feedback - draft Problem: Overwhelming
  6. 6. Solution: Short template + longer guide Template Guide
  7. 7. Solution: Colour blocked sections
  8. 8. Solution: Colour blocked sections with “map” of document
  9. 9. Solution: multi-select menus
  10. 10. Solution: multi-select menus
  11. 11. Solution: multi-select menus
  12. 12. Solution: auto-populated cells
  13. 13. Why is this important? Helps make KT Planning easier
  14. 14. Why is this important? Helps KT Core track/project manage 4-5 concurrent projects toward impact
  15. 15. Why is this important? Impact takes time – even if impact not achieved by Y9 can demonstrate achievements to-date
  16. 16. Why is this important? Helps move the field of KT forward with new tool
  17. 17. Now what Prototype (“living document”)
  18. 18. Now what Future iteration to be informed by feedback (new requirements) discovered during use
  19. 19. Now what Will explore creating a web-based version
  20. 20. www.kidsbrainhealth.ca David Phipps, PhD, MBA Lead, Knowledge Translation Core Kids Brain Health Network dphipps@yorku.ca Anneliese Poetz, PhD Manager, Knowledge Translation Core Kids Brain Health Network apoetz@yorku.ca Questions

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