Knowledge exchange is the term the Lowitja Institute uses to describe the complex series of interactions between our researchers and the users of our research that will lead to better outcomes, both in terms of individual capacity development and lasting improvements in the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Knowledge exchange in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research needs time, expertise and resources. In this section we discuss what is knowledge exchange, who does it and some examples of knowledge exchange activities.
A selection of the international literature, including:
- Knowledge exchange within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community contexts
- Reviews, frameworks and planning
This section has a wide range of case stories were developed to reflect on research carried out by the Lowitja Institute and its partner organisations.