The Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing at Western University is looking to hire a Knowledge Mobilization Coordinator on a part-time contract basis for the duration of one year.
Applications will be collected in Working at Western (the link is below) until December 16, 2018.
https://pixelsandplans.com/okmb/ Upcoming events Events: Ottawa KMb CoP Series 2018-2019 Review of CoP Evaluation & Planning Thursday, November 15th, 2018 KMb & Visual Communication | Julia Krolik, Pixels & Plans Thursday, December 6th, 2018 [...]
Our colleague Arpad has shared this interesting work opportunity in The Hague, The Netherlands. Systems Architect (P-4) (18597) Job Req ID 18597 - Posted 30/11/2018 - Professional - Information Technology / Computer Science - The [...]
What is that sound you make after coming up for air after a deep dive - ouff? Let me thank once again, all the participants, volunteers, sponsors, partners for your support at the 2018 Canadian [...]
The event is on the 19th & 20th November and features over 20 speakers. This year we have strong themes of organisational capacity to support impact, impact strategies, funder perspectives on impact, and impact on [...]
A Linguistic Database Mining Model for Locating Systematic Reviews; Enhancing Knowledge Mobilization
Presentation by Robert Sandieson, Western University at the 2018 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum Sandieson CKMF slide show
A message from Dina Gaid: Dear colleague, As you know, Knowledge Brokers (KBs) positions have recently been created to facilitate the uptake of evidence-based practice. Note: if you would prefer to explore the study’s objectives [...]
It is with great pleasure that I announce the dates of June 10-11 for the 2019 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum. It will be at Pier 21 - Canadian Museum of Immigration - in Halifax, Nova Scotia, [...]
The annual Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum in Winnipeg on June 10-12 was an outstanding success. I want to again thank the sponsors, participants, volunteers, board members, and venue staff for all the effort that went [...]