Cathy Howe has shared some: Great news – we’ve got a date for the 2016 UK Knowledge Mobilisation Forum. Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11th May. Venue will be Central London tbc. More details to follow. Looking forward to seeing you there. Cathy Cathy Howe Organiser, UK Knowledge Mobilisation Forum PhD Researcher NIHR CLAHRC Northwest London […]

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Results of Science with and for Society programme listed on Community Research and Development Information Service

by Peter Levesque September 3, 2015

Twenty-three (23) projects Science with and for Society programme (SwafS) of H2020are listed in CORDIS (Community Research and Development Information Service). The information on the individual projects include acronym, title, participating institutions, budget, duration, and the Abstract Topic, from which the project has emerged. You can find the list here:  http://bit.ly/1KoZ69b   Best wishes Norbert […]

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Resources to use social media to Prevent Elder Abuse

by Peter Levesque September 3, 2015

Launch of the CNPEA Knowledge-Sharing Hub. September 1st, 2015  Twitter Posts Options—Available to Participants #Elderabuse is a complex issue, it requires a collaborative and inclusive effort from all of us #jointhemovement www.cnpea.ca Find the latest research by Canadian experts in #elderabuse prevention & share yours with your community of practice www.cnpea.ca The CNPEA site launches today! […]

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New Article by David Phipps in Gateways Journal

by Peter Levesque September 3, 2015

Shared by Margaret Malone, Managing Editor, Gateways, Margaret.Malone@uts.edu.au We are really pleased to announce that Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement has just published its latest issue. We invite you to review the Table of Contents at https://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/journals/index.php/ijcre and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest. Thanks for your continuing interest in our […]

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Research Coordinator 1, Knowledge Translation Program, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, St. Michael’s Hospital

by Peter Levesque September 1, 2015

Toronto, Ontario Deadline September 1, 2015 Salary Range: $25.46 – $31.82 per hour The Knowledge Translation (KT) Program at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael’s Hospital is currently looking for quantitative-focused Research Coordinator 1 to join the dynamic and growing Program.  The primary role of the Quantitative Research Coordinator is to coordinate and support the quantitative […]

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World Café session results from KMb Summer Institute

by Peter Levesque August 31, 2015

Knowledge Mobilization Summer Institute SummerInstituteInformalEvaluation Informal Comments and Evaluations These are the notes from the World Café session at the end of the Institute, transcribed by Tylar Meeks (THANKS TYLAR, editor note from Peter) .  If a comment was made by more than one group, an asterisk (*) was added for every additional mention. Question […]

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Professional-Personal Development Opportunity: Emergenetics in Ottawa, Sept 17th

by Peter Levesque August 31, 2015

Note: I have registered for this workshop on September 17th in Ottawa.  Great price and great opportunity to learn more about how to improve professional and personal outcomes. If you are intrigued by the idea of developing your personal and professional potential, as well as that of others, you will undoubtedly be interested in Emergenetics, […]

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Dynamo recrute : responsable de la mobilisation des connaissances

by Peter Levesque August 25, 2015

Dynamo est une organisation sans but lucratif qui épaule les collectivités québécoises dans le développement de leur capacité à se mobiliser pour imaginer et bâtir leur avenir; un avenir plus inclusif pour tous. Dynamo est actuellement en phase de recrutement. Nous sommes à la recherche d’une responsable en mobilisation des connaissances. Un poste permanent, à […]

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George Lakoff: How Brains Think: The Embodiment Hypothesis

by Peter Levesque August 25, 2015

Keynote address recorded March 14, 2015 at the inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science in Amsterdam  

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Network Leadership Symposium, Sept 22-24, 2015, University of Alberta

by Peter Levesque August 25, 2015

This, the seventh Network Leadership Symposium, will explore if and/or how inter-organizational networks can help address critical policy issues and practice challenges. Specifically, can networks be used successfully as deliberate tools or interventions to create better public policy, services and practice; or are they simply so ubiquitous that they have become the universal remedy, effective […]

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A brief introduction to the work of the NCCMT

by Peter Levesque August 14, 2015

New video from the National Collaborating Centre for Method and Tools.  Great resource for those working in knowledge mobilization:  

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Final details for the Knowledge Mobilization Summer Institute

by Peter Levesque August 13, 2015

We are really looking forward to seeing you on Monday morning. REGISTRATION Bronwynne, Sara and I will be at the registration table at 7:30 am at MacKinnon 120 . You need to register before you go to breakfast so that you can get your meal card. We will be placing signs up to help with […]

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The Shakespeare Arms Pub in Guelph on Sunday August 16, 2015

by Peter Levesque August 13, 2015

I am looking forward to the first Knowledge Mobilization Summer Institute. There is an informal get together on Sunday evening at The Shakespeare Arms Pub in Guelph around 7:00 PM. If you are in town and require some refreshment, come out and see us (Bronwynne recommends this place). http://www.shakespearearms.com/      

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