Knowledge Hub Resources

This section features resources and products developed by the Knowledge Hub related to trauma-informed health promotion and gender-based violence. Some products are developed in collaboration with Community of Practice members and/or project representatives. Products include guides, bulletins, presentations, webinars, reports & proceedings on knowledge exchanges, infographics, charts and fact sheets. 

Knowledge Hub Presents
This series provides a platform for the Trauma-Informed Community of Practice to share their expertise with a larger public audience and encourage knowledge mobilization opportunities.

Guides provide support for conducting trauma and violence-informed research and programming.  

Knowledge Hub Bulletins are produced quarterly and feature news, updates, and activities of projects and Community of Practice members connected to the Knowledge Hub.

Infographics produced by the Knowledge Hub focus on trauma-and violence-informed health promotion and research.

This section contains Knowledge Exchange reports, backgrounders, and other documents related to the work of the Knowledge Hub and/or the Trauma- and Violence-Informed Community of Practice.

Access videos produced by the Knowledge Hub on the trauma-and violence-informed health promotion community based projects funded through the Public Health Agency of Canada’s investment, “Supporting the Health of Victims of Domestic Violence through Community Programs”.

Webinars are co-hosted by the Knowledge Hub and the Learning Network. The Learning Network and Knowledge Hub Webinar Series offers a variety of speakers to share their perspectives and knowledge on trauma-informed practice and gender-based violence. These views may not reflect those of the Learning Network and Knowledge Hub or of all participants. 

Webinars are offered at no charge and registration is open to everyone.

What you can expect:

  • Emerging topics on gender-based violence and structural oppressions (e.g. ableism, racism, heteronormativity) presented from trauma- and violence-informed perspectives.
  • Practical approaches and tools for working with survivors in culturally responsive ways.
  • Expert speakers from diverse communities that bring research, frontline, and lived experience.
  • Engaging question and answer periods.
  • Related resources and Webinar recordings to continue the learning process after the Webinar.
  • Recognition of your participation with a certificate for your professional development portfolio.

Past topics include:

  • Indigenous perspectives on healing
  • 2SLGBTQIA+ trauma- and violence-informed care
  • Technology-facilitated gender-based violence
  • Supportive responses for children experiencing violence
  • Promising trauma- and violence-informed approaches to health and wellbeing

Webinars are provided with closed captioning, ASL interpretation, and simultaneous French or English translation. All Webinars are recorded and available on the website after the live event.

Register for upcoming webinars

At the end of each webinar, a link to an evaluation is provided.  We value the responses that people provide to us through the evaluations as they help guide our future webinars. Once the evaluation is completed, you will be directed to a webpage where you will be prompted to enter your full name and email address. A certificate of participation will be generated and emailed to you. 

Check out recordings of past webinars

Viewing the webinar recording and answering a brief 5 question quiz which will provide you with a certificate of completion. You will find the link to the quiz beneath the webinar recording. 

Please note that by registering for a webinar, your email is being added to our mailing list. You can unsubscribe from our mailing list at anytime.