COVID-19 Public Health Learning Network: Connecting Research to Practice
Our team at the Lab for Knowledge Translation in Health wants to provide a space for researchers to build meaningful relationships with community organizations navigating the evolving pandemic response.

Over the next month, we are connecting with researchers across Canada to identify opportunities for co-producing knowledge mobilization experiences that serve the needs of grassroots communities, and public health decision-makers.

Research areas we are supporting through this work are outlined in the following special issue call for papers: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/ijerph/special_issues/Public_Health_and_Digital_Technologies

If your current research aligns with these topic areas, we'd love to connect and learn more about your work.

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This work is connected to The Lab for Knowledge Translation in Health at Western University. Learn more about our work through our blog series: https://www.uwo.ca/fhs/kt/blog/index.html

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