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Introduction to Knowledge Brokering

Knowledge brokers (KB) are capacity builders, information managers and linking agents that facilitate evidence informed health care. KBs at Sunny hill are clinicians who collaborate with their inter-professional team or discipline group’s leaders to conduct needs assessments, guide evidence informed practice processes, adapt resources, support the generation and sharing of knowledge products, and evaluate their activities.


Knowledge Brokering for Health Care Professionals (e-learning course)

This course contains 3 modules designed to introduce health care professionals to the knowledge broker role, and to develop knowledge brokering competencies through the use of interactive activities and embedded resources that can later be used with their inter-professional teams or discipline groups. The course is accessible to all.

If you are a Sunny Hill KB, register here:

For all other learners, please register here:


Visit the Child Development & Rehabilitation Evidence Centre’s Knowledge Brokering Resources page for more information and to access evidence about knowledge brokering in health care.

If you have any questions or comments about the content of the online course, or about the Knowledge Brokering Initiative at Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, please contact Stephanie Glegg at

Last Updated: Jan 25, 2017