The Artist, The Audience and the Knowledge Translator: The Case of Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull

George Lucas is an artist and he creates films he wants to create, while giving some credence to the desires of his fans. But just some. Is the same phenomenon something that replicates in knowledge translation? And if so, is that a good thing or should scientists be held to a different set of standards and respond more to what the end users want?

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Knowledge translation in public health: Progress or doing the wrong things righter?

Are we making progress in knowledge translation in the health sciences or are our methods and approaches just doing the wrong things righter? This post looks at the issue in relation to the recent NIH Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation.

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