Knowledge Mobilization means promoting and facilitating the use of research among knowledge users to help them make informed decisions about policies, programs, practices and behaviours. It involves a wide range of activities such as knowledge synthesis, dissemination, and co-creation by researchers and knowledge users. It's also becoming increasingly important to engage in KMb activities as researchers - it's a priority of the University of Ottawa and other post-secondary institutions and a requirement for many grants and scholarships.
But, where do you start? THIS WORKSHOP! Join Marie-Eve Girard, Knowledge Mobilization Advisor, to learn more.