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The LKD seminar series, convened by Dr Iain Lang and Dr Jo Day, is aimed at those with an interest in applying, developing, and learning from research to investigate implementation and knowledge mobilisation.
We hold bi-monthly seminars with invited speakers to encourage debate and networking between a wide range of professionals and service users. For details of upcoming seminars please visit the events page.
Click on the links below to download resources from previous seminars.
Data, Patients, Action! Patient involvement in knowledge mobilisation in a Learning Health System
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|Sarah Knowles (University of Manchester)|
The art of compromise: Collaboration between researchers and practitioners to co-produce applied health research
Roman Kislov (University of Manchester)
|26/03/2018||Staging evidence: the implications of clinical mindlines for knowledge mobilisation||Kate Beckett (School for Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol)|
|19/02/2018||Supporting applied health services through knowledge translation: The Canadian scene||Anita Kothari (School of Health Studies at Western University in Ontario)|
|24/01/2017||Implementation Science 2.0 - Show Me The Evidence||Bianca Albers (Australian Centre for Evidence and Implementation)|
|09/01/2017||Where are the stakeholders in implementation science?||Annette Boaz
(Centre for Health and Social Care Research, St George's University of London and Kingston University)
|01/12/2016||New technologies for patient safety: unpacking the black box of implementation challenges and opportunities||Nicola Mackintosh
(King’s College London)
|07/11/2016||The art and science of non-evaluation evaluation||Lorelei Jones
(University College London)
|03/05/2016||Improving the quality of care: Using Quality Improvement methodology in healthcare||Rob Bethune (Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital)
Rosie Benneyworth (South West Academic Health Science Network)
|13/01/2016||Patterns of GP prescribing behaviour: Insights into GPs’ adoption of innovations||Philip Stern
(University of Exeter)
|10/12/2015||Whose, what, how and why? A simple guide to knowledge mobilisation||Vicky Ward
(University of Leeds)
|03/11/2015||Thinking with your hands: Participatory design and creative practices as knowledge co-creation||Joe Langley
(Sheffield Hallam University)
|21/09/2015||Evidence-based policy-making and the art of commissioning: what researchers need to know to make a difference||Lesley Wye
(University of Bristol)
25 May 2018
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