Knowledge translation methods and tools for public health

The Registry is a searchable, online collection of evidence-informed methods and tools for knowledge translation in public health. Methods and tools are defined as standardized procedures or products that help you access or use information for decision making. Examples include regular and systematic approaches, sets of organized steps or rules, or instruments, guidelines and manuals.

The Registry identifies and describes methods and tools in summary statements, and then provides links to their sources. The summaries help busy practitioners find and use these methods and tools to enable evidence use in their practice.

Go to About the Registry for more information.

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WebinarWebinar: This method of tool has been featured in a webinar. Click the icon to access a recording and presentation slides.

User StoryUser Story: A first-hand account of this method or tool is featured in a user story. Click the icon to access the story.