APPTA offers a variety of education programs, from teaching researchers about knowledge translation and writing impactful policy briefs to educating government policymakers on the latest research being done to serve older Canadians. Below are short summaries of each of our programs. Click on the links to learn more.
A unique education opportunity for AGE-WELL trainees to work closely with policy experts and learn first-hand how research ideas become policy options for implementation at provincial, territorial, and national levels.
A recurring presentation series intended for policymakers, where experts discuss a particular topic and how their findings can inform policymaking. Presentation slides and video recordings are available for download.
PEP Talks is an interactive, e-learning series for researchers and policymakers to enhance their knowledge translation skills. This program is comprised of 3 webinars targeting specific KT skills.
APPTA’s Internship is an exclusive program for undergraduate students in New Brunswick to begin developing the skills they need to pursue a career in health policy. Through accessing APPTA’s professional network, our interns gain a competitive advantage.