Call for Content: 2020 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum

This guest post was first published on the Institute for Knowledge Mobilization website and is reposted here with permission. The PDF download of the CKF20 Call for Content Description The WORD download of the CKF20 Call for Content FORM to send in your contributions. Introduction to the Forum The Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum was created […]

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Knowledge Translation Professional Certificate

This guest post was first published on the Sick Kids website and is reposted here with permission.   A five-day professional development certificate course for knowledge brokers and other KT Professionals In 2013 the Knowledge Translation Professional CertificateTM was recognized as a leading practice by Accreditation Canada. The certificate training course is dedicated to building competencies […]

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Knowledge Mobilization Simulation / Une simulation de mobilisation des connaissances

David Phipps, RIR-York Simulation can help understand the barriers and enablers for implementing research evidence into policy and practice. A knowledge mobilization simulation sponsored by Children & Youth in Challenging Contexts illustrates that context is important when simulating knowledge mobilization. And it draws into question the role of knowledge mobilization tools. La simulation peut permettre […]

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Mama always told me, “share your toys” / Ma mère m’a toujours dit : « partage des jouets! »

By David Phipps, RIR-York Sharing knowledge is central to knowledge mobilization. Thanks to a recently published paper, David Phipps (RIR-York) is now able to share his KMb toys. Partager le savoir est un élément central de la mobilisation des connaissances. Grâce à un article publié récemment, David Phipps (RIR-York) est désormais en mesure de partager […]

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