In the field of knowledge mobilization individuals work to translate research into practice through making connections with key stakeholders and translating research findings into applicable formats. During this workshop you will learn more about the emerging field of knowledge mobilization and how you can apply certain key learnings to your own research and messages – ensuring that you present yourself and your work as highly relevant and memorable. These skillsets are invaluable for achieving success during interviews and networking experiences. Facilitator: Jayne Morrish, Centre for Lifespan Development Research
Made to Stick – Heath, C., & Heath, D. (2007). Made to stick: Why some ideas survive & others die. Random House LLC.
Switch – Heath, C., & Heath, D. (2010). Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard. Random House LLC.
Graham, I. D., Logan, J., Harrison, M. B., Straus, S. E., Tetroe, J., Caswell, W., & Robinson, N. (2006). Lost in knowledge translation: time for a map? Journal of continuing education in the health professions, 26(1), 13-24.
“Clear Language @ Work Inc.” Plain English Thesaurus – http://clearlanguageatwork.com/complimentary-resources/plain-english-thesaurus/
CDC “Simply Put” – a guide for creating easy to understand materials – http://www.cdc.gov/healthliteracy/pdf/Simply_Put.pdf
Language Portal of Canada – https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/index-eng.php
Videoscribe – great tool to make your own whiteboard videos – www.videoscribe.co
Research Impact – http://researchimpact.ca
Knowledge Translation Community of Practice – http://www.ktecop.ca
KT Canada – http://ktclearinghouse.ca/ktcanada
Dr. Melanie Barwick – www.melaniebarwick.com