Introduction to Knowledge Mobilisation

Course Outline for the Introduction to Knowledge Mobilisation Training

Course overview

Blended learning session using Knowledge Mobilisation Framework e-learning modules and face to face sessions.

Intended audience

Primarily qualified library and knowledge specialists but also para-professional staff with responsibility for introducing and facilitating knowledge mobilisation techniques within NHS organisations

Learning outcomes

By the end of the session participants will be able to: 

  • Articulate what is meant by the term Mobilising Evidence and Knowledge
  • Summarise the benefits of knowledge mobilisation tools and techniques in a healthcare setting
  • Select the best technique, or combination of techniques, to encourage and enable knowledge to be used effectively
  • Discuss the role of the facilitatorand share approaches to facilitation
  • Trial and evaluate a couple of knowledge mobilisation techniques
  • Create a session plan to facilitate a knowledge mobilisation activity

PKSB areas covered

6.1 Knowledge management

6.2 Knowledge development

6.3 Knowledge synthesis and combination

6.4 Knowledge transfer and organisational learning

6.5 Knowledge sharing and collaboration

6.6 Organisational knowledge assets

6.7 Knowledge Management principles and thinking

6.8 Knowledge Management culture

7.7 Educational skills

11.1 Leadership skills

13.6 Communication skills

13.7 Presentation skills

Organisational and environmental context

Wider Library, Information and Knowledge Sector Context

Course facilitators

Main speakers:
 
Louise Goswami, Head of Knowledge and Library Services
 
Emily Hopkins, Knowledge Management Service Manager
 
Alison Day, Deputy Head of Knowledge and Library Services
 

Page last reviewed: 16 November 2021
Next review due: 30 November 2022