From the roots to the fruits: strengthening institutional capacity for knowledge mobilization / Soutenir la mobilisation des connaissances : des racines aux fruits…

Jérôme Elissalde et Luc Dancause, RIR-UQAM On June 4th, 2013, during the second Knowledge Mobilization Forum held in Mississauga (Ontario), RIR's UQAM KMb Unit was glad to present the work done at their institution to support KMb. This presentation was seen not only as a way to share the unit’s achievements

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Awards for Trainees: Gender, Sex and Health Knowledge Translation Supplements / Bourses aux stagiaires: Suppléments aux stagiaires pour l’application des connaissances sur le genre, le sexe et la santé de l’ISFH

Awards for Trainees:  Gender, Sex and Health Knowledge Translation SupplementsCIHR Institute of Gender and Health (IGH) Institute Community Support Program 2013-2014Application deadline: October 1, 2013In keeping with our commitment to investing in world-class research excellence, the CIHR Institute of Gender and Health (IGH) is interested in training and sustaining a

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Engaged Social Science in New Zealand / Des sciences sociales engagées en Nouvelle-Zélande

David Phipps, RIR-York David Phipps (RIR-York) is a little obsessed with international aspects of knowledge mobilization. He blogged about his trip to the UK. He blogged about international examples of knowledge mobilization arising from a tweet chat. Here he writes about engaging the social sciences in New Zealand, which was absent

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I’m a researcher, why do I blog? / Je suis un chercheur, qu’est-ce que je fais ici à bloguer?

Will Gage, Associate Dean, Research & Innovation, Faculty of Health, York University This week's blog post is a guest post from Dr. Will Gage. Dr. Gage is the Associate Dean, Research & Innovation in the Faculty of Health at York University the owner of the blog Don't Fall, which shares on falls prevention

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There and Back Again… a Broker’s Journey to England / Un aller-retour… le voyage d’un courtier en angleterre

David Phipps, RIR-York I’m not a Hobbit going to the Lonely Mountain to reclaim a hoard of gold from a grumpy dragon for a bunch of dwarves (I loved Tolkein as a kid and still do)… but I did go to England recently to speak about institutional knowledge mobilization. Je ne

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