Exploring the frontiers of research co-production: the Integrated Knowledge Translation Research Network concept papers
Research co-production – sometimes referred to by such terms as participatory research, engaged scholarship, collaborative research, and integrated knowledge translation – is about conducting research with those who would use it. A new BMC cross-journal collection considers some of the key issues currently facing the science and practice of research partnerships and identifies elements of a research agenda for research co-production.
In this BMC On Health Blog the organizers share an overview of this special collection.
Read the collection here.
Want to learn more? Collection organiser, Dr Ian Graham and colleagues, will be presenting a symposium "Making an impact: Using integrated knowledge translation to build KT plans" at the HSRAANZ 11th Health Services & Policy Conference on Thur 5 December. More Information
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