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The CNPEA's Knowledge Sharing Project is designed to be an evolutive and collaborative tool for elder abuse practitioners.  The KSP electronic hub exists to engage, support and champion the elder abuse community of practice.  


This project is about you, for you and will eventually be sustained by your input and knowledge.
Find out more about how you can play an active role with the hub and help us build a national resource for elder abuse practitioners.

Here are 10 ways you can get involved with the Knowledge Sharing Project:

  1. Stay on top of the latest events and conferences in the field through our event announcements and newsletters.
  2. Promote your events to the elder abuse community.
  3. Further  your skills through knowledge-sharing webinars
  4. Find the right tools to support your practice (policy tools, practice tools, community development tools, workshops and presentations etc.)
  5. Find key elder abuse publications.
  6. Share your favourite tools and resources with the community.
  7. Talk about your work on the blog. Get interviewed, write your own post or even start a regular feature - we will be happy to help you figure out the best option for you.
  8. Highlight an elder abuse project.
  9. Use social media to support your work - Curate your own elder abuse newsfeed, raise your profile internationally, connect with new practitioners...
  10. Start or join a conversation about elder abuse practice on the online message board.



Our electronic hub features are designed to be user-friendly and quick to use. Our staff will be happy to see you through your first steps: contact us by email or through the tech support conversation thread.
Blogging guidelines are also available for contributors and guest bloggers.



"I want to be a part of the Knowledge Sharing Project! What do I do next?"

  • Become a member and register for our newsletter to stay informed of events, new blog posts and project updates
  • Get a user account to contribute content.
  • Contact us directly and tell us about what you are working on
  • Did you notice a glitch? Do you have ideas on how to improve the hub? Let us know.
  • Find us on Facebook and Twitter and engage with us and other stakeholders
 

Publishing Criteria

Any resource posted on the Hub is first screened based on the publishing criteria. If you wish to share a resource with the community, please ensure that it fits the requirements and email it to us. We usually post material within 72hrs of receiving it. 

Publishing Criteria

Invitation to Contribute

Become a contributor to the hub!

  • Share your ongoing projects, research updates and favourite tools
  • Announce your upcoming events
  • Tell us about promising practices and initiatives via a blog post.

Check out our publishing criteria or email us for more information 

Thank You to Our Supporters and Sponsors

Le RCPMTA souhaite remercier les généreux sponsors qui contribuent à la durabilité du connecteur des savoirs.

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