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Volume 15, Number 2, May 2019

Editorial

Free Content Collaborative knowledge creation and use: common threads in diverse global fields
pp. 175-177(3)
Authors: Pearson, Mark; Smith, Katherine E

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Research

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Free Content Deep experiential knowledge: reflections from mutual aid groups for evidence-based practice
pp. 217-234(18)
Authors: Noorani, Tehseen; Karlsson, Magnus; Borkman, Thomasina

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Open Access Understanding evidence use within education policy: a policy narrative perspective
pp. 235-252(18)
Authors: Rickinson, Mark; Walsh, Lucas; de Bruin, Kate; Hall, Matthew

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Practice

Open Access EKLIPSE: engaging knowledge holders and networks for evidence-informed European policy on biodiversity and ecosystem services
pp. 253-264(12)
Authors: Watt, Allan; Ainsworth, Gill; Balian, Estelle; Cojocaru, George; Darbi, Marianne; Dicks, Lynn; Eggermont, Hilde; Furman, Eeva; Goudeseune, Lise; Huybrecht, Pierre; Kelemen, Eszter; Koch, Florian; Konstantinou, Zoi; Livoreil, Barbara; Locher, Karla; Lux, Alexandra; Mehring, Marion; Nesshoever, Carsten; Paloniemi, Riikka; Saarikoski, Heli; Pinto, Isabel Sousa; Vandewalle, Marie; Varjopuro, Riku; Varumo, Liisa; Wittmer, Heidi; Young, Juliette

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Free Content Practical reflections on combining workshops and mentorships to build capacity in demand and use of evidence in government organisations
pp. 265-276(12)
Authors: Stewart, Ruth; Wildeman, Russell; Jordaan, Sunet; Erasmus, Yvonne; Langer, Laurenz; Maluwa, Louis; Tannous, Natalie; Mitchell, Janine

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Knowledge brokers or relationship brokers? The role of an embedded knowledge mobilisation team
pp. 277-292(16)
Authors: Wye, Lesley; Cramer, Helen; Carey, Jude; Anthwal, Rachel; Rooney, James; Robinson, Rebecca; Beckett, Kate; Farr, Michelle; le May, Andrée; Baxter, Helen

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Debate

An arts-based knowledge translation (ABKT) planning framework for researchers
pp. 293-311(19)
Authors: Kukkonen, Tiina; Cooper, Amanda

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