Dr. Jennifer Tomasone
Using knowledge translation science to disseminate and implement national movement behaviour guidelines
Dr. Jennifer Tomasone is an Assistant Professor in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen’s University. Her research program focuses on closing research-to-practice gaps for physical activity behaviour change. She was part of the leadership team for Cancer Care Ontario’s exercise guidelines for persons with cancer, and has experience disseminating and implementing physical activity guidelines from community-based to clinical settings. She is currently the Knowledge Translation Lead for the upcoming Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Adults Aged 18-64 Years and 65+ Years funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology.
- Describe the integrated knowledge translation approach for the dissemination and implementation of the upcoming Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Adults Aged 18-64 Years and 65+ Years
- Describe how the Knowledge-to-Action Framework can be operationalized for national behaviour guideline dissemination and implementation efforts
- Discuss challenges faced and how the process can be used by other guideline programs