FASE SEA 140621

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FASE SEA 140621

  1. 1. Knowledge Mobilization More fun than it sounds! David Phipps, Executive Director Research & Innovation Services @researchimpact
  2. 2. HEAT
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  4. 4. Toronto Hot Weather Response Plan
  5. 5. Knowledge Mobilization community campus campus community collaboration Social Innovation Knowledge mobilization helps make research useful to society
  6. 6. Strauss, Sharon, Jacqueline Tetroe and Ian D. Graham. 2009. Knowledge Translation in Health Care: moving from evidence to practice. Chichester, UK: Wiley- Blackwell.
  7. 7. Bennet, Alex and David Bennet. 2008. Knowledge mobilization in the social sciences and humanities: moving from research to action. Frost, West Virginia, USA: MQI Press.
  8. 8. Amo, C. 2007. Conceptualizing research impact: the case of education research. The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation 22(1):75-98. http://cjpe.ca/secure/22-1-075.pdf
  9. 9. Activity Output Outcome Impact Dissemination Uptake ImplementationCo-production
  10. 10. Activity Output Outcome Impact Dissemination Uptake ImplementationCo-production +
  11. 11. Activity Output Outcome Impact Dissemination Uptake ImplementationCo-production
  12. 12. Activity Output Outcome Impact Dissemination Uptake ImplementationCo-production
  13. 13. Activity Output Outcome Impact Dissemination Uptake ImplementationCo-production
  14. 14. Activity Output Outcome Impact Dissemination Uptake ImplementationCo-production # downloads # inquiries # programs # citizens served # heat related hospital visits
  15. 15. Implications - Impact Impact is measured at the level of the non-academic partner.
  16. 16. Implications – Partner activities If funders want to generate extra academic impacts of their investments in research, then they need to fund uptake and implementation activities at partner organizations
  17. 17. Implications – close the loop
  18. 18. # Faculty Involved 289 # Graduate Students Involved 153 # Information sessions for faculty and students 201 # Information sessions for community 222 # collaboration opportunities 392 #KMb projects 155 # agencies involved in KMb partnerships 231 #KMb Internships 41 Community Partner funding raised $1.1M Research Contract funding raised $1.2M Total KMb associated grant funding raised $33.6M 8 years of Knowledge Mobilization
  19. 19. In their own words… http://bit.ly/KrGY26

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