Community Intelligence: social media plan/strategy into your KT work

As promised, I have captured the email conversation started by Bonnie Zink’s question of how we include social media in our KT work. The conversation stream is here: http://www.knowledgemobilization.net/archives/273 All my best, Peter ps: I had asked for permission to use this and received several positive replies and no negatives.  If you want your reply …

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Knowledge Broker Stories: The case of the accidental knowledge broker

Hello KTECOP, I am pleased to announce #14 in the Knowledge Broker Story series.  Dr. Vicky of the Leeds Institute of Health Sciences at the University of Leeds has contributed her story: The case of the accidental knowledge broker. http://www.knowledgemobilization.net/archives/222 We connected after she responded to my question on the CPBR listserve: What methods do …

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What methods do you use to develop strategic and staffing plans for KTE activities

Good Morning, Since many of the members of this community of practice work in organizations that promote the use of evidence for decision making – whether in health, education, governance, or other core societal sectors – I am interested in learning about your methods for including evidence about strategy and staffing in your planning activities. What methods …

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How delicious are your bookmarks?

Access to knowledge mobilization resources using delicious bookmarks.  Brought to you by ResearchImpact, Canada’s knowledge mobilization network. York’s knowledge mobilization (KMb) Unit surveyed our on line users to fund what services they wanted from ResearchImpact.   Our on line community expressed interest in KMb (or KTE, KT, K-whatever…we’re sticking with KMb, Melanie) resources.   We don’t presume …

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New online learning module: Introduction to Evidence-Informed Decision Making

The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT) has created a self-paced online learning module on Evidence-Informed Decision Making in Public Health. The module provides in-depth training on how to implement EIPH using a realistic scenario as a model. Participants interested in professional development, and who take the pre- and post-module assessments, will earn …

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