The purpose of this paper is to better understand and reflect on the role of knowledge brokering in the Canadian Health system, drawing on a review of management health services literature and an evaluation program of a knowledge network within that system.
This article explores what helps and hinders getting knowledge into action when knowledge brokering is used as the mechanism for change, in the field of mental health.
This study looks at researcher perceptions of people’s scientific knowledge and attitudes to science to assist in optimising engagement between researchers and the public.
In this paper Ward establishes an overarching, practical framework of knowledge mobilisaiton, to help knowledge mobilisers identify and clarify their role, situate themselves and their work in relation to the diverse and contested definitions of knowledge mobilisation, navigate their way through the fragmented literature and identify models which may be helpful to them
This study draws on interviews with climate scientists, boundary workers, and government officials involved in the UK Climate Projections 2009 (UKCP09) to better understand how climate scientists perceive users of climate information and respond to their needs when deliberately co-producing knowledge, as they are increasingly being asked to do.