Share your ideas on current & future KT products, projects & publications

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Cochrane's Knowledge Translation (KT) Framework is guiding the work of a range of activities, aimed at ensuring Cochrane's Reviews are relevant, respond to the needs of our stakeholders, and are presented in a format that facilitates the use of evidence. 

We represent one of the Working Groups moving these activities forward, assessing 'packaging and push' initiatives, with a particular focus on improving and upscaling KT products.

As a Cochrane contributor, we know you use all kinds of products, in different channels/platforms, to exchange ideas, share information and disseminate health evidence - whatever your language, location or setting. In this survey, we want to understand your experiences and opinions of existing KT products and activities that you and/or your Group uses to reach your intended audiences.

Social media and symposia, webinars and websites, newsletters, podcasts, blogshots and videos - these are just some of the many ways our community connects. Our Working Group wants to build on the existing work while shaping new plans and products for the future. 

We would like to learn from your experiences in order to get a clear picture of what products you currently use in your dissemination activities and your experiences. We also want to hear new ideas that you think have potential to help us reach and engage with our diverse audiences. By giving us 30-40 minutes of your time to complete this survey, you can have your say on the future of Cochrane's dissemination products.

Many thanks, and we look forward to hearing from you.

The KT 'Improving and Upscaling Products' Group.

Note about terminology: Our focus is on products, but sometimes activities and products are tied together, such as in posting on social media, producing a podcast, or convening a webinar. So, we use these both these terms in this survey.

A note on privacy: The results of this survey will be collated by Cochrane’s Knowledge Translation Department and reviewed by the KT Working Groups. All information will be subject to Cochrane's Data Protection Policy. We won't make identifying information public without your consent.

Questions about the Framework or the survey? Contact khead@cochrane.org if you have any questions. 

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