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There is a growing national community in knowledge mobilization.  Whether we call our work knowledge mobilization, knowledge transfer, dissemination, implementation science, or by the shorthand of K*- our work is gaining in both influence and demand.  There are now significantly more professional training programs today and social media streams are filled with discussions and conversations about emerging practice and new methods for creating value from knowledge.  Although KMb has seen significant growth over the past decade, the need to comprehensively and systematically address key questions as they evolve and change is growing.

The 2013 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum (June 3-4, 2013, Centre for Health & Safety Innovation in Mississauga, ON) will continue and build on the conversation started last year in Ottawa. 


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