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The Johns Hopkins University offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health > Department of Health, Behavior and Society


Health, Behavior and Society Summer Institute

  • 2020: Introduction to Qualitative Data Analysis for Public Health
  • 2019: Knowledge Management for Effective Global Health Programs
  • 2017-2018: Improving Global Public Health Through Knowledge Application, Continuous Learning, and Adaptation
  • 2012-2016: Knowledge Management for Public Health in Low and Middle Income Countries

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health > Department of Health, Behavior and Society > Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)


  • Knowledge SUCCESS (Strengthening Use, Capacity, Collaboration, Exchange, Synthesis, and Sharing) Project 1)
  • Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project 2)1)
  • Global Health Knowledge Collaborative (GHKC) 3)

William H. Welch Medical Library > Laboratory for Applied Research in Academic Information


  • Invitational Symposium on Knowledge Management, October 27-29, 1991, Berkley Springs, WV, USA
    Conference Theme: Exploring the Knowledge Management Model
    (co-sponsored by the Council on Library Resources and the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) Library & Center for Knowledge Management)

    The Invitational Symposium on Knowledge Management is a policy-level forum for examination of the knowledge management model. It is the culmination of a three-year study, funded by the Council on Library Resources (CLR), that focused on knowledge management, a practical working alternative to existing roles and relationships in the creation and management of scholarly knowledge. (Synopsis)

      Plenary Sessions:
      A Knowledge Management Environment: Multiple Models and Roles in Scientific and Scholarly Communication
      Revisiting the Library of the Future
      Data Creation and Data Management: Interrelated Phenomena
      MEMDB: The Banking of History
      Reflections on Knowledge Management

      Discussion Groups:
      Scholarlyand Scientific Communication
      Intellectual Property
      Institutional Infrastructure
      New Technologiesfor Knowledge Management

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