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The CeKTER project is a collaborative effort between Boston University and UMass Chan Medical School.

Welcome to the Center on Knowledge Translation for Employment Research (CeKTER)

The Center on Knowledge Translation for Employment Research or CeKTER (pronounced like “sector”) aims to promote the use of employment research findings & research-based products by people with disabilities, employers, employment service providers, vocational rehabilitation professionals, and policymakers among others. CeKTER’s overall goal is to assist NIDILRR disability employment grantees with sharing their work that will improve services, approaches, practices, and policies that support improved outcomes for people with disabilities.

Upcoming KT Academy Events

  • Monday, December 12, 2022
    Webinar

    The Knowledge to Action Cycle: How do I apply it to my work?

    Time: 1 PM EST - 2:30 PM EST

    Webinar Registration is Open! “The Knowledge to Action Cycle: How do I apply it to my work?"

    Do you have research findings you want used?
    Do you want a way of getting your findings implemented more effectively?

    The Center on Knowledge Translation for Employment Research (CeKTER) invites you to join our next KT Academy training,

    “The Knowledge to Action Cycle: How do I apply it to my work?" developed by Dr. Ian Graham


Read more about the KT Academy

Featured Resources

CeKTER will provide an

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Increased awareness and use of disability employment research findings funded by NIDILRR and other entities.

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Increased understanding of quality and relevance of NIDILRR-funded employment research findings & their contribution to knowledge base.

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Increased capacity of employment focused NIDILRR grantees to engage in knowledge translation (KT) activities.

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