Join the winners of the National Collaborating Centre for Public Health (NCCPH) Knowledge Translation (KT) Student Awards and get a first-hand look at their crucial work in bridging the gap between research and practice. These students and recent graduates are leading innovative knowledge translation strategies. This session highlights their academic excellence and features unique and transferable strategies to address today’s public health priorities. Jorden Hendry, University of British Columbia – Instructions have been provided: Understanding and implementing Foundational Commitments to Indigenous Peoples in the BC Office of the Provincial Health Officer. Karen Wong, University of British Columbia – Description of how academic work implements public health knowledge translation strategies. Leah Taylor, Western University – Everyone Can Play: A Knowledge Translation Resource to Promote Physical Activity Participation of Children with Disabilities in London, Ontario.