Research

Collection: IKM

Content type: IKM Emergent (Archive) Resource
Zirschky, Paula 2009 Knowledge management and multiple knowledges: a multi-case study within the development sector

Collection: Engagement

Collection:

Content type: Engagement
People's Science Institute
Adams, J. et al 2016 The Societal and Economic Impacts of Academic Research: International perspectives on good practice and managing evidence
Aggett, Sian 2018 Challenges for Researcher Engagement in a Small Hospital-Based Research Unit in Patan, Nepal
Arenthorst, Marlous E. et al 2015 Prospecting responsible technology paths: management options for an appropriate societal embedding of medical neuroimaging
Asha,S.George 2018 Hubris, humility and humanity: expanding evidence approaches for improving and sustaining community health programmes
Bakewell, Oliver 2008 Research Beyond the Categories: The Importance of Policy Irrelevant Research into Forced Migration
Baum, Fran et al 2006 Participatory action research
Beran, David et al 2018 Moving from formative research to co-creation of interventions: insights from a community health system project in Mozambique, Nepal and Peru
Betten, A.W et al Interactive learning and action: realizing the promise of synthetic biology for global health
CLTS 2014 Community-Led Total Sanitation
Dankel, Dorothy et al 2017 Post-normal science in practice
de Vries, J et al 2016 Deliberation to Promote Shared Sovereignty in Health Research: Four Questions to Clarify Goals, Methods, and Scope
Douglas, C.M.W 2013 Governing synthetic biology for global health through responsible research and innovation
Duncan, Sophie 2016 Culture change – embedding a culture of public engagement: Learning from the Catalysts for Engaging the Public with Research
Dunne, Anthony 2013 Speculative Everything: design, fiction and social dreaming
Eder, Milton et al 2013 A Logic Model for Community Engagement Within the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Consortium: Can We Measure What We Model?

Collection: General Bibiography

Collection: Challenging Ignorance Bibliography