The Campbell Collaboration Knowledge Translation and Implementation Coordinating Group supports the success of Campbell by enhancing the impact of Campbell systematic reviews on policy and practice, as well as, producing systematic reviews in the knowledge translation and implementation area. Successful translation from research knowledge to impact requires many types of highly specialized communication and people skills to support the implementation of evidence-based practices with high fidelity.
Although there are many ways to reach and engage researchers and users of research evidence, the KTI coordinating group is currently working on these main activities:
- Supporting the production of user friendly summaries (User Abstracts) of systematic review findings.
- Engaging supports and processes for authors to develop systematic reviews in the knowledge translation and implementation focus areas
- Working to actively engage a variety of users in the systematic review production and comment process.
- Facilitating events to bring together practitioners, policy makers, decision makers and other social services professionals together with intermediary organisations that produce and/or use KTI focused systematic reviews