KTER Events

KTER Center’s 2019 State of the Science Conference on Employment Research
Events | 2019-10-04
KTER Center staff and invited guests participated in KTER’s 2019 State of the Science (SoS) Conference on Employment Research on September 5-6, 2019 in Portland, ME. The SoS was a special track embedded in the 12th Annual Summit Conference 2019. The Summit Conference is a collaborative effort that...
Events | 2019-09-04
About the Presentation: "Knowledge Brokering as an Evidence-Based Strategy" is sponsored by the Center on Knowledge Translation for Employment Research (KTER Center).
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Events | 2019-05-21
About the Webcast: Research into employment outcomes for the Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Program is critical to assessing participant impact. While VR employment research is essential to documenting any employment outcomes, turning the research data into information that is used by a variety of...
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Events | 2018-06-28
The KTER Center presents several brief “webisodes” to share up-to-date information about our research efforts with a goal of improving employment outcomes for people with disabilities.
Events | 2017-11-11
Registration and more information
TOPICS: Employment
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Events | 2017-10-30
The Center on KTDRR sponsors an annual Online Knowledge Translation Conference for NIDILRR-funded grantees and others, by invitation. This conference is designed to address strategies in the planning and implementation of effective and efficient KT approaches.
Events | 2017-10-26
The National Rehabilitation Education Conference is a means of facilitating communication and sharing information among professionals involved in training, recruiting, hiring and enhancing the development of qualified rehabilitation counselors. National Council on Rehabilitation Education (NCRE),...
TOPICS: Employment
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Events | 2016-09-27
Date: Originally aired on September 27, 2016        About the Webcast:
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Evidence-based Practice in Vocational Rehabilitation Symposium
Events | 2016-06-27
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Evidence-based Practice in Vocational Rehabilitation Symposium (Madison, WI), The Center on Knowledge Translation for Employment Research (KTER Center) in the context of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). May 19, 2016.
TOPICS: Employment
NIDILRR Employee Grantees' Strategies for Outreach to Business: Strategies to Inform the Design of Knowledge Translation
Events | 2016-05-06
NARRTC Conference (Alexandria, VA) - Symposium: NIDILRR Employee Grantees' Strategies for Outreach to Business: Strategies to Inform the Design of Knowledge Translation, May 6, 2016.
State of the Science Conference on the Americans With Disabilities Act (2016)
Events | 2016-05-04
State of the Science Conference on the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) (Alexandria, VA), Awareness of the ADA and Other Resources to Support Employees after a Cancer Diagnosis, May 4, 2016
TOPICS: Cancer | Employment
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Events | 2016-03-02
The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) recently funded three Projects for Translating the Findings and Products of Disability and Rehabilitation Research
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Events | 2015-06-24
Presented on June 24th, 2015 at the Interagency Committee on Disability Research: Disability and Employment Symposium.
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Events | 2014-09-16
The web-based conference, "State of the Science: Knowledge Translation for Employment Research," took place September 16-17, 2014 to address employment research for people with disabilities and the best ways to get research results into use.
Webinar: Cancer and Employment Issues
Events | 2014-07-14
This one hour training will help managers, supervisors, and human resource professionals to learn more about cancer-related workplace issues, recent changes to the ADA, and how best to help employees with cancer and their colleagues maintain a productive, supportive workplace environment.
TOPICS: Cancer | Employment