Creative Practices in Knowledge Mobilisation

Lab4Living is proud to be hosting a 2 day international workshop exploring Creative Practices in Knowledge Mobilisation. Using Lego, case studies, plenty of coffee and informed by existing models and theories in the landscape of Knowledge Mobilisation, a select group of experts will seek to define what creative practices and practitioners can bring to this field. They will build a shared model, aligning it with other models, highlighting commonalities and added value, finally embodying the workshop in a co-written paper and a series of lego models.

Participants include:

- Dr Annette Boaz (@AnnetteBoaz): Reader in Healthcare Research, Centre for Health and Social Care Research

St George’s University of London and Kingston University London

- Catherine Buckley (@catrynbuckle): Practice Development Lecturer

St. Luke’s Home Education Centre

- Prof Chris Burton (@chrisburton5): Professor of Nursing, School of Healthcare Sciences

Bangor University

- Dr Claire Craig: Senior Research Fellow Occupational Therapy, Art and Design Research Centre, Co-director of Lab4Living

Sheffield Hallam University

- Dan Wolstenholme (@wolstenholme_d): Clinical Researcher, Theme Manager (TK2A), Project Manager Core Team

NIHR CLAHRC YH and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS FT

- Dr Joe Langley (@JoeLangley_): Senior Research Fellow Design, NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellow, Art and Design Research Centre, Lab4Living

Sheffield Hallam University

- Prof Marie Elf (@ElfMarie): Associate Professor of Architecture specialising in Healthcare Environments, Lecturer and Head of Department of Nursing

Dalarna University

- Dr Matt Dexter (@matt_dexter): Research Associate, Open Innovation of Healthcare Devices, Art and Design Research Centre

Sheffield Hallam University

- Dr Vicky Ward (@VLWard): Lecturer in Primary Care, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences

University of Leeds

Lab4Living, Sheffield Hallam University,
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