Kate Beckett Research Fellow, Nursing and Midwifery Department, University of the West of England
10th September 2020
12.30pm to 1.30pm
With the help of an EPPIC film (all will be explained!), Kate Beckett will explore Arts Based Knowledge Translation strategies (ABKTs e.g. participatory drama) potential to catalyse change by stimulating debate and knowledge sharing among key healthcare stakeholders. ABKT’s simultaneously evoke rational and emotional processing. They provide a social milieu for diverse evidence to be collectively interrogated and new ideas actively tested. The transformative potential of such productive interaction will also be explored with reference to the ‘Social Impact Framework’.
The NIHR ARC EoE runs an Implementation Fellowship featuring a series of open seminars in which speakers discuss an aspect of research implementation in which they are internationally preeminent. Anyone interested in research implementation is welcome to attend via Zoom, an online videoconferencing platform that runs on any browser (no account needed).
Join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/961780329
To access further details of the Implementation Seminar Series taking place across the year, please see the flyer