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Development of Indicators for Measurement at Each Stage of Knowledge Translation from Research to Impact

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This presentation was about the development of indicators for measurement of KT within KBHN NCE's KT Core, and the associated database created in order to track data and generate reports for use in progress reporting to the NCE and to inform internal management decision-making. A handout was provided in conjunction with this presentation, for attendees to use to create their own indicator definitions (also uploaded to slideshare).

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Development of Indicators for Measurement at Each Stage of Knowledge Translation from Research to Impact

  1. 1. www.kidsbrainhealth.ca Anneliese Poetz, PhD – Manager, KT Core David Phipps, PhD, MBA – Lead, KT Core Renee Leduc, MSc – Program Officer, NCE Secretariat Mobilizing Science Knowledge and Research: NCE Sharing of Best Practices Symposium Thursday January 29, 2015 11:00am – 12:00pm (Sable Room A -D) Halifax, Nova Scotia
  2. 2. Outline 1. What is KBHN, KT Core 2. Evaluation, KT Core 3. Tool Development Process & Lessons Learned
  3. 3. 1. What is KBHN, KT Core
  4. 4. What is KBHN • FASD, CP, ASD • NI, NE, KT • KTEE • HQP
  5. 5. KT Core “KT maximizes the impact of research and training in neurodevelopmental disorders” Services for researchers and trainees in NDN 1. Knowledge Brokering 2. KT Events 3. KT Products 4. Evaluation 5. KT Planning
  6. 6. 2. Evaluation, KT Core
  7. 7. Role of Evaluation How are the KT Core services helping KBHN researchers & trainees? How have we made a difference for children with NDDs and their families, in Canada?
  8. 8. Evaluation Framework Phipps, D. (2013)
  9. 9. Indicator Definitions Research Dissemination Uptake Implementation Impact
  10. 10. Anatomy of indicator Definition components 1) Name/title of indicator 2) Definition (including N/D if applicable) 3) Type 4) Rationale 5) Strengths/Limitations 6) Data Source(s) 7) Stage in CPPI 8) Date 9) Responsibility for collecting data Example 1) [CB] % increase in knowledge 2) Sum of scores/#attendees x 100 3) Impact 4) Measure knowledge gained 5) S: measures change/impact, L: bias & missing data 6) Pre-Post questionnaires 7) All 8) May 28, 2014 9) KT Core
  11. 11. 3. Tool Development Process & Lessons Learned
  12. 12. Process • Map services onto CPPI evaluation framework • Define indicators for tracking each service • Design and develop database for tracking • Fully define indicators
  13. 13. First System -Excel- 1) To enable tracking of service data (indicators) Database/system requirements:
  14. 14. First System -Excel- 1) To enable tracking of service data (indicators) Database/system requirements:
  15. 15. First System -Excel- 1) To enable tracking of service data (indicators) Database/system requirements:
  16. 16. First System -Excel- 2) To map services onto CPPI framework Database/system requirements:
  17. 17. First System -Excel- 2) To map services onto CPPI framework Database/system requirements:
  18. 18. Updated (current) System -Access- 1) To enable tracking of service data (indicators) 2) To map services onto CPPI framework 3) Must be easy to enter data 4) To generate useful reports (analysis) i. To report data within date constraints ii. To capture and report “Dan #” vs “David #” iii. To capture and report what we did for each service (part of def’n) 5) Must be able to add services/indicators as KT Core & services evolve (long-term req’m) Database/system requirements:
  19. 19. Updated (current) System -Access- 3) Must be easy to enter data Database/system requirements:
  20. 20. Updated (current) System -Access- 4) To easily generate useful reports Database/system requirements:
  21. 21. Demonstration
  22. 22. Take away messages 1) Have an evaluation framework to position your indicators 2) Define indicators to the fullest extent possible 3) Define requirements for your database/system 4) Be willing to revise the system as new requirements become apparent
  23. 23. www.kidsbrainhealth.ca Questions? Anneliese Poetz, PhD Manager, Knowledge Translation Core Kids Brain Health Network apoetz@yorku.ca
  24. 24. Services Onto Framework
  25. 25. Services Onto Framework
  26. 26. Data Collection

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