In 2002, HKN receives funding from the Alberta Government’s Curriculum Redevelopment Fund to produce a video on its work to connect health care practitioners, educators, and researchers in Alberta to the information resources they need to provide evidence-informed care. HKN engages Access TV and Souleado Entertainment to produce the video. Several leaders in Alberta medicine are interviewed, including:
Dr. Lorne Tyrell, Dean of Medicine, University of Alberta
Dr. Terry Klassen, Chair, Department of Paediatrics, University of Alberta
Dr. Grant Gall, Dean of Medicine, the University of Calgary
Dr. Chip Doig, Community Health Sciences, Calgary Health Region
Dr. Alison Murray, clinical lecturer and family medical practitioner at the University of Calgary
Dr. David Topps, Rural Family Medicine Network
The video is subsequently nominated for an award at the Alberta Film and Television Awards.