The Melbourne Children's Knowledge Translation and Research Impact Project
Published on (GMT) by Luke Stevens
Achieving research impact is a dynamic and complex process affected by interactions, relationships and systems. Researchers, clinicians, educators, stakeholders, campus leaders and knowledge users all have a role in maximising impact. The Project: • identified four organisational enablers of knowledge translation and research impact • identified seven facilitators of knowledge translation and research impact • devised the Melbourne Children's Knowledge Translation and Research Impact Framework (the Framework) • applied the Framework to four existing projects • formulated recommendations to advance knowledge translation and research impact for Melbourne Children's.
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