What is it about?

We've set up a knowledge translation system, to make deliberate efforts to put our research into the right peoples hands. Our work is mainly in schools, so we've made a plan to target the school community. We share our research with those who can use it (push), engage those who might find it useful (exchange/co-production) and attract those who might benefit from our research (pull).

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Why is it important?

Research findings often reside in academic journals or within conference communities. But sometimes that research could be better informed by those who can use it (exchange/co-prioduction), better shared with those who can use it (push) and more accessible for those who might find it (pull).

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It's an exciting intiative to be involved with, trying to ensure the findings are used.

Matthew Mclaughlin
University of Newcastle and Hunter New England Population Health

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This page is a summary of: Poster Abstracts, Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, November 2019, Wiley, DOI: 10.1111/ajco.13256.
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