Seniors Health Knowledge Network [SHKN]

The Seniors Health Knowledge Network (SHKN, originally the Seniors Health Research Transfer Network or SHRTN) is a network of networks that mobilizes evidence, shares knowledge and brokers relationships across disciplines and sectors among: practitioners, researchers, educators, policy makers, and older adults. It initially received provincial funding between 2005-2014 but continues now through sponsorship and support of its key stakeholders. Read More about what we do...

 

What are Knowledge Brokers?
Knowledge Brokers link people, organizations and networks. They connect producers and users of knowledge by discovering reliable sources of information and making it accessible to those who need it.

The Seniors' Health Knowledge Network (SHKN) was launched in 2005 in Ontario to improve the quality of health care provided to

Ontario Research Coalition of Research Instit

 

The Seniors Health Knowledge Network (SHKN, originally the Seniors Health Research Transfer Network or SHRTN) is a network of networks that mobilizes evidence, shares knowledge and brokers relationships across disciplines and sectors among: practitioners, researchers, educators, policy makers, and older adults. It initially received provincial funding between 2005-2014 but continues now through sponsorship and support of its key stakeholders.

Over the course of its existence the Network has developed:

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