Jacquie Brown: Learning the lessons of Kstar

Discussions at the Kstar conference 2012 have repeated time and time again that we need to stop reinventing wheels and focus on sharing and learning from our individual experience. In this interview, Jacquie Brown discusses how she will apply the lesson learning from Kstar 2012 to her own work in implementing science at the National Implementation Research Network. As Jacquie outlines, Kstar 2012 offered a wonderful opportunity to be exposed to knowledge practitioners from all over the world and from many different sectors, and whilst we may share commonalities, meaningful consideration of context is key to effective knowledge mobilisation.

One Response to Jacquie Brown: Learning the lessons of Kstar

  1. Mike says:

    Thanks for taking the time to post these pics. What an iribedcnle weekend. My mind is still reeling from all the great energy and information we absorbed. I’m looking forward to another trip to Bend. Hopefully we could meet up for a beer. Also if you are ever back in PDX, don’t be afraid to hit me up either. Until next time, cheers!

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