Integrated Knowledge Translation (iKT) Guiding Principles

 IKT Guiding Principles - University of British Columbia (Okanagan Campus) 

"The integrated knowledge translation (IKT) guiding principles were developed to support IKT partnerships to conduct quality and ethical research in spinal cord injury (SCI) that is relevant, useful, useable, and avoids tokenism. These principles should be used by all partners – researchers, research users, and funders of SCI research – early and throughout the entire research process. Partners should regularly refer to these principles while reflecting on their approach, contributions, and commitment to the partnership and adjust as needed. These principles were developed by a multidisciplinary group of SCI researchers, clinicians, people with SCI, representatives from SCI community organizations, and funding agencies using several data sources."