Online Recruitment for Research Study on Knowledge Mobilization

Monica Batac, a graduate student, at Ryerson University is recruiting participants for a Q-study to assess priority competencies and skills for knowledge mobilization. Ryerson University’s Research Ethics Board has approved this study. Diverse participants from academic and non-academic organizations are invited to complete the survey. Potential participants include knowledge mobilization researchers, knowledge brokers, intermediaries, and […]

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We Know So Much

Tabitha McGowan was the poet in residence at the UK Knowledge Mobilization Forum 2015 in at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. Inspired by the 500 years history of the building and its library as well as some helpful hints from Google on the practice of medicine over the years, Tabitha listened for two […]

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Two York Research Administrators Receive National Awards

Congratulations to David Phipps (RIR-York) on receiving the Research Management Excellence Award from the Canadian Association of Research Administrators (CARA). This story was first published on YFile on May 26, 2015 and is reposted here with permission.  The Canadian Association of Research Administrators (CARA) has recognized the accomplishments of two of York’s senior research administrators with national […]

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Infographics for Knowledge Translation

This week’s guest post written by Issac Coplan, comes from the NeuroDevNet KT blog KT Core-ner. It was originally published on April 8, 2015 and is reposted here with permission. The word infographic is an abbreviation of the term “Information Graphic”. Increasingly, these forms of data visualization have used in knowledge translation as a tool […]

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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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Community Research Unit at the University of Regina

This week’s guest post come from Sally Gray, Director of the Office of Research, Innovation and Partnership at the University of Regina. Sally is also an RIR alumna, who formerly worked at Wilfrid Laurier University and who has clearly brought her passion for KMb with her to U of Regina. On November 14, 2014, the […]

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Update on KMb Leaders Roundtable in Vancouver January 8-9, 2015

This week’s guest post comes from Peter Levesque and the Institute for Knowledge Mobilization regarding the upcoming KMb Leaders Roundtable event happening in early 2015. This post first appeared on the Institute for Knowledge Mobilization blog on November 17, 2014 and is reposted here with permission. It is our pleasure to announce that registration for […]

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A Guide To Research Travel In The North / Petit guide du voyage d’études dans le Grand Nord

If You Are Not Where You Planned To Be, You Are Where You Ought Be. As part of the Mobilizing Inuit Cultural Heritage project, Erin and Ali traveled to Nunavut to examine connectivity issues faced by Inuit Artists. If you are planning to head North for research, here are some of their travel trips Vous […]

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Knowledge Translation is like Cellophane

This week’s blog first appeared on the NeuroDevNet Blog on October 9, 2014 and is reposted here with permission. Knowledge translation catalyzes the movement of research evidence into impacts on policy and practice. We see the research. We see the impacts. We don’t notice the knowledge translation. Knowledge translation is like cellophane. “Cellophane” is a […]

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