As part of the project’s effort to ensure that knowledge transfer (KT) is integrated into the research process, one of the first steps is to write a draft KT plan. As with public health interventions that require an evaluation plan prior to initiation, it is recommended that researchers write a KT plan at the outset of their research. Although it is a living document that will be adapted as the project progresses, particularly by knowledge brokers during their training and recruitment, it is essential that research teams ask themselves immediately how they think they can organize activities that will promote the use of their research. Since this type of reflection is very new for most of the teams involved in QUALI-DEC, the production ofKT’s initial plans followed several stages.