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Stakeholder Consultation on EU RoHS Exemption Applications Launched

On April 24, 2015, the Öko Institut, consultants to the European Union (EU), announced the launch of an online stakeholder consultation. The stakeholder consultation… 229 more words


When is a Chair not a “chair”? Review of the 2nd Annual Stakeholder Meeting on Autism Research in Canada

by Anneliese Poetz, KT Manager, NeuroDevNet

Dr. Jonathan Weiss, Chair in Autism Spectrum Disorders Treatment and Care Research opened his stakeholder meeting on November 7, 2014 by explaining he isn’t a “chair” in the literal sense – drawing laughter from the gathering of 65 self-advocates, family members, policymakers and practitioners from: the Canadian Federal government, Canadian-funded research entities such as NeuroDevNet, and community based non-profit organizations. 533 more words

Knowledge Translation

Knowledge Translation (KT) is an attitude before it is a process

by Anneliese Poetz, KT Manager, NeuroDevNet

If you search for KT models in the literature, you will find several ‘models’ for how KT should ideally happen. 734 more words

Knowledge Translation

Critical Considerations for doing Stakeholder Engagement for Research

by Anneliese Poetz, KT Manager, NeuroDevNet

When I began my PhD studies in 2003 it was before terms like “Integrated Knowledge Translation” (IKT) and “Co-Produced Research” were common. 966 more words


EU Conflict Minerals Proposal Delayed

A September 15 article on Euractiv.com highlights a delay of the EU Commission proposal on conflict minerals legislation. According to the article, the accompanying impact assessment will not be finished before the end of the year, delaying the proposal of a regulation until February or March. 258 more words


RoHS Stakeholder Meeting Highlights Continuing Controversy

Last week in Brussels, Belgium, IPC attended the EU Commission’s third and final stakeholder meeting on the revision of the hazardous substance list under the EU RoHS Directive. 275 more words

Government Relations

Second Phase of Medical Consultation Prepares College for HPA

As the College continues to prepare to adopt the Health Professions Act, the second phase of a stakeholder consultation recently began with the first of many upcoming target-stakeholder meetings.   150 more words