Mobilizing Minds KM in the AM

York University’s Knowledge Mobilization Unit partnered with the Mobilizing Minds project team to deliver a KM in the AM event on March 4, 2015.  The project team were interested in meeting diverse stakeholders to share the results of their project, a KT project in support of youth mental health. L’Unité de mobilisation des connaissances de […]

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LinkedIn for Knowledge Translation: Using Groups for Networking

This week’s guest post written by Issac Coplan, comes from the NeuroDevNet KT blog KT Core-ner. It was originally published on March 6, 2015 and is reposted here with permission.  Networking is important to knowledge translation (KT), as relationships are a key part of KT processes. This is where social media can be useful in […]

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New Student-Developed Board Game Bridging Academia With Practical World

This week’s post by Susan Hickman comes from Carleton Now, Carleton University’s monthly community magazine and is reposted here with permission. See the original post here. A game developed in a knowledge mobilization (KMb) class could become a real tool for bridging discussions and building partnerships with the next generation of knowledge brokers. The students who developed […]

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Uncovering the Benefits of Participatory Research: Implications of a Realist Review for Health Research and Practice

Jagosh, J., Macaulay, A. C., Pluye, P., Salsberg, J., Bush, P. L.,Henderson, J., Sirett, E., Wong, G., Cargo, M., Herbert, C. P.,Seifer, S. D., Green, L. W., Greenhalgh, T. (2012). Uncovering the benefits of participatory research: Implications of a realist review for health research and practice. Milbank Quarterly, 90(2), 311–346. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3460206/ Abstract Context: Participatory research (PR) is […]

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Documentary to Give Voice to Key Players in Violence Against Women Movement

This week’s post from Maria McClintock comes from Carleton Now, Carleton University’s monthly community magazine and is reposted here with permission. See the original post here. Eileen Morrow, Gloria Harris, Andree Cote – and the list goes on. These women may not be household names, but when it comes to violence against women, they’re a few of […]

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