About Anita Kothari
Dr. Anita Kothari is an Associate Professor at the School of Health Studies at The University of Western Ontario. She is also cross-appointed as an Associate Professor at the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Her primary research program focuses on developing a greater understanding of the process of KT in health-related community-based organizations and identifying the factors that influence the successful implementation of KT initiatives into practice. Anita is also examining the renewal of public health through the study of policy interventions in public health, and exploring novel methods for public health research.
Honors and Awards
- CIHR New Investigator Award (2010-2016)
- Faculty Scholar Award, Western University (2014-2016)
- Faculty of Health Sciences Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program, Western University (2013)
- Career Scientist Award, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (2005-2010)
- Canadian Policy Research Award, Graduate Prize (2000)
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Knowledge Translation (35)
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Knowledge Management Research & Practice (2011)
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