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Queen's University
 

"Knowledge Mobilization and Grant Proposal Writing: A Researcher's Guide" June 2nd, 2009.

The Monieson Centre and Queen's Office of Research Services collaborated on a one-day workshop to assist researchers in developing knowledge mobilization components necessary for grant applications. The workshop explored the evolution of knowledge mobilization, discussed contemporary practices, and examined research projects that have successfully translated academic knowledge for practitioner constituencies. The workshop was facilitated by Peter Levesque, a past SSHRC Deputy Director, and founder of Knowledge Mobilization Works!

Presentations:

Evolution of Knowledge Mobilization (KMb) (PDF) (1,705 KB)
Peter Levesque, Knowledge Mobilization Works!

Choosing Appropriate KMb Methods (PDF)(1,076 KB)
Peter Levesque, Knowledge Mobilization Works!

Knowledge Translation at CIHR (PDF) (844 KB)
Jacqueline Tetroe & Leah Jurkovic, Canadian Institutes of Health ResearchJacqueline Tetroe & Leah Jurkovic, Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Queen's Example of Successful KMb: Eastern Ontario CURA (PDF)(3,802 KB)
Hélène Ouellette-Kuntz & Maureen McDonald, Community Health and Epidemiology

Queen's Example of Successful KMb: Knowledge Impact in Society Project (PDF)(2,325 KB)
Yolande Chan & Jeff Dixon, Business

Preparing a Proposal: Thinking KMb (PDF)(296 KB)
Peter Levesque, Knowledge Mobilization Works!

Interactive Grant Proposal Exercises (PDF) (18 KB)
Peter Levesque, Knowledge Mobilization Works!

Panel: What are Funding Agencies Looking for in KMb? What works? What doesn't?

Joshua Pearce (Mechanical and Materials Engineering), Myra Hird (Sociology), Daren Heyland (Medicine and Epidemiology)


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