Knowledge translation: implications for training approaches (May 2018)

Individuals, teams and organisations are always engaging in projects, programs and delivering interventions that require a high level of skill and knowledge to implement. It is critical to understand some of the factors that can affect the success of knowledge translation in clinical practice.

This webinar will help clinicians, service improvement coordinators, program leads and funders to understand the best ways to support knowledge translation through a range of knowledge translation activities.

The webinar will cover the following topics:

  • Knowledge translation and the knowledge implementation cycle.
  • Barriers and facilitators in knowledge translation.
  • Choosing knowledge translation activities to suit need.
  • The knowledge translation context.

The information in this webinar is current as at May, 2018.

Who is this webinar for?

Clinicians, service improvement coordinators, service managers and funders.

What will you learn in this webinar?

  • How to understand knowledge translation as part of the knowledge implementation cycle.
  • How to consider the barriers and facilitators in knowledge translation activities.
  • How to choose knowledge translation activities to suit the needs of different audiences.
  • The knowledge translation context and how this impacts on the translation process.


Caroline Crlenjak

Caroline Crlenjak is the National Projects Manager at Orygen, the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health. Caroline is responsible for a range of professional development activities and workforce development projects at Orygen, including large scale whole service programs. She has been involved in the development of training and resources for the national rollout of early psychosis services through headspace, and has an interest in understanding the best ways to support organisations to improve service delivery to young people and their families.