Knowledge translation and exchange
Getting knowledge from research evidence into the hands of those who need it and can best use it. That’s the focus of our work in knowledge translation and exchange.
This involves removing barriers to using evidence by working collaboratively and understanding what you need so we can develop targeted strategies. It also means we can help unlock the potential of evidence to improve policy, practice, programs and services. The end result is better parenting support.
Making evidence meaningful
We will help you share and translate knowledge in ways that mean something to you – and to those working with you.
This includes helping you:
- access the research knowledge you need, when you need it
- tailor research findings and evidence for use in the real world
- develop high-quality messages and materials useful in a range of settings
- connect with research and researchers through events and activities
- collaborate with like-minded peers via ‘communities of practice’
- explore latest knowledge translation strategies and techniques
- produce new knowledge to drive better outcomes for families.
Knowledge translation and exchange can take many forms but whatever the activity, our approach is always collaborative. Talk to us about our track record in this area and how we might work together to meet your needs.
- Read how we are translating knowledge on child mental health