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The United Kingdom Knowledge Mobilisation Forum (UK KMb Forum, UKKMbF, or UKF) is an annual event for all those with a passion for ensuring that knowledge makes a positive difference to society. The Forum brings together practitioners, researchers, students, administrators and public representatives who are engaged in the art and science of sharing knowledge and ensuring that it can be used. The Forum is designed as a space for learning and reflection, providing an opportunity for sharing knowledge, experiences and methods and access to some of the most up to date thinking and practice in the field. Expect conversations, creativity and collaborative learning…and if you’re wondering what we mean by ‘knowledge’ – we are as interested in practical know-how, skills and experience as in research findings or evaluation data.
(CANCELLED) 2020 UK KMb Forum, 17-18 March 2020, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Workshops: Altered States: an interactive introduction to drama as a medium for knowledge mobilisation; Mapping the ‘third space’ between research and practice; Hypotheticals: Never work with business!; Open Space
Interactive events: Interactive posters viewing & plenary session; Knowledge Fayres; Fishbowls
2019 UK KMb Forum, 20-21 March 2019, Seven Stories, Newcastle, United Kingdom
Conference Theme: Crafting Our Knowledge Stories
Workshops: Collective making, to make things happen; Having critical conversations about knowledge mobilisation; The challenges of training and professional development in universities; We believe in face-toface knowledge sharing
Interactive events: Knowledge fayre sessions; Poster sessions; Facilitated fishbowl sessions
2018 UK KMb Forum, 7-8 March 2018, Bristol, United Kingdom
Conference Theme: Growing Knowledge Together
Workshops: Capturing multi-level impacts of research co-production: refining a new impact framework; ‘Boundary objects’ – what are they and why should I care?; Exploring barriers to translating research into practice: a fishbowl conversation; How can co-production processes help to elicit, share and blend different forms of knowledge?; What next for knowledge mobilisation?; Warts and All: A holistic framework for understanding and improving knowledge mobilisation
(CANCELLED) 2017 UK KMb Forum
2016 UK KMb Forum, 10-11 May 2016, London, United Kingdom
Pre-conference Interest Groups’ calls: Knowledge Mobilisation Tools; Language of Care for Knowledge Mobilisation; Knowledge Mobilisation Networks; Leadership for Knowledge Mobilisation; Global Knowledge Mobilisation Community of Practice; Who’s Who in Knowledge Mobilisation; Knowledge Mobilisation Bathroom Reader; Knowledge Broker Competencies
2015 UK KMb Forum, 13-14 April 2015, Edinburgh Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Conference Theme: Together – we make connections matter
2014 UK KMb Forum, 3-4 February, 2014, London, United Kingdom
Conference Theme: Making Connections Matter