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How do you do knowledge translation (KT) that works?

Lowitja Institute Knowledge Translation Forum

On Tuesday 2 April 2019 we met at the Melbourne Museum for a forum showcasing Lowitja Institute funded Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander research projects that have implemented innovative KT strategies to achieve impact.
The forum aimed to inspire researchers, KT specialists, health decision-makers and stakeholders to think creatively about how they practice KT and how they apply KT strategies to effectively engage audiences and create beneficial impact for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Presenters included:

Croakey covered the conversation, (please also see their comprehensive report in PDF format) and our Twitter discussion trended nationally. You can take a look at the hashtag #ktthatworks.

Videos of presentations and interviews during the forum are available in our YouTube channel