Helpful Tools & Education

10-Step Guide to Research
UBC Department of Emergency Medicine

NERD Block Research Education
NERD (Novel Education in Research and Design) is one-month research skills and critical appraisal education course developed by the UBC Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM). It is held in Vancouver, BC, and is open to all DEM or Pediatric EM faculty.

18 Key Statistics Concepts
Dr. Rob Stenstrom, NERD Block Resource

External Resources

UBC Family Practice Research Resources
A comprehensive list of resources which provide support for research preparation, data gathering, evaluation, and dissemination of research from the UBC Department of Family Practice.

A Guide to Best Practice Mentoring for Emergency Physicians 
Australasian College for Emergency Medicine

The BC SUPPORT (Support for People and Patient-Oriented Research and Trials) Unit offers services in patient engagement planning, training, and outreach.


Knowledge Translation 1 – Part of the NERD Block Research Education Course
Dr. Kendall Ho

Knowledge Translation 2
Dr. Linda Li, Assistant Professor, UBC Department of Physiotherapy

Knowledge Translation Model
Dr. Julian Marsden

How to Conduct Knowledge Translation using the KTA Model
Dr. Julian Marsden

Clinical Examples of Knowledge Translation
Dr. Julian Marsden

Example of Knowledge Translation in Practice
Carol Kennedy and Marj Belot, Physiotherapists

Knowledge Translation
Dr. Larry Mroz, Research Navigator and Patient Engagement Coordinator Patient-Oriented Research, BC SUPPORT Unit

Knowledge Translation
Alison Hoens – Knowledge Translation/Implementation Science Methods Cluster Lead, BC SUPPORT Unit

Knowledge Translation – Interview with
Alison Hoens and Dr. Linda Li

KT Connects: Technology-Enabled Knowledge Translation for Digital Health: Principles and Practice
Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Knowledge Translation (KT) Webinar Series