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Doing more with what you know. Our knowledge mobilization toolkit is ready!

Friday, October 3, 2014MaryAnn Notarianni, Julia Maddocks

When we say knowledge mobilization, what do we really mean? Knowledge and evidence can often get lost in a sea of jargon. Is it knowledge exchange, knowledge translation, integrated knowledge translation, knowledge mobilization? The terms can often slow us down and get in our way.

We’re excited to announce the launch of our latest online toolkit, Knowledge mobilization: Doing more with what you know. It’s a practical guide to sharing knowledge in your community and beyond. It combines the best available evidence with real-world examples to help you share what you know and put that knowledge into action.

This toolkit makes KMb as easy as 1, 2, 3. Try out the KMb planning form and see for yourself. The hands-on, step-by-step form will help you get started and guide you through the process. Then don’t forget to tell us what you’re up to! We’d love to hear about how you’re sharing what you know works and getting it into the hands of those who can make it happen.

How do YOU do KMb?

Knowledge mobilizationtoolkit

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