In order to determine if the vision of the HCIC survey, which is to provide reliable evidence to inform and influence the improvement of Canadian health policy and care, is actually being achieved, in 2014 the HCIC membership undertook a proactive strategy of communications planning and impact-assessment.
The communications plan is designed to support the HCIC survey partners in their dissemination of the findings from the HCIC survey. The objectives of the knowledge translation (KT) activities are to increase HCIC member awareness of the survey’s information value, and to increase external audience awareness and valuing of the HCIC survey information as a contemporary, evidence-based source to inform and improve health policy and practices.
The HCIC members offer opportunities to share this content through their extensive networks, and the HCIC Knowledge Translation committee is well positioned to facilitate this work.
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