Mobilising knowledge for policy and practice

Dulcie Hollyock Room, Ground floor, Baillieu Library


In this lunchtime session we ask a panel of experts from science, arts, medicine and business, to discuss what ‘research translation’ means to them, what the relationship is to ‘research impact’, and why this is important to graduate researchers and early career academics. This workshop introduces graduate researchers and ECRs to the concepts and principles of research/knowledge mobilization and highlights the skills needed to make your research relevant to broader audiences outside of academia.