Don’t forget to use the month of November as your opportunity to showcase all that you do to mobilise evidence and knowledge. Have you held a Randomised Coffee Trial, contributed to keeping guidelines updated, organised a Peer Assist or held a Retrospect? Share what you have been doing, or plan to do, with your organisation and colleagues via social media using the hashtag KNOWvember2019.
Share your story
Jason, winner of a copy of the KM Cookbook, replied to the earlier post explaining how his team have run After Action Reviews to review eLearning sessions for F1 doctors.Lola and Lisa are busy preparing their third and fourth rounds of Randomised Coffee Trials for their organisations. Feedback to date has been positive:
Susan has been busy planing several knowledge mobilisation activities including launching a systems leadership community of practice and supporting “live event” video capture and dissemination, including sharing the CEO Team Briefs.
Sarah has been holding knowledge cafes for her organisation – see what her Deputy Director of Strategy, Daniel Leveson has to say about taking part in a knowledge cafe
6 ways to refresh your own knowledge in November
- Find out how the knowledge mobilisation framework can support workforce development by watching this HEE STAR TV episode featuring Louise Goswami.
2. Take a look at the new techniques added to the NHS Knowledge Mobilisation Framework postcard set
3. Take a lunch and learn session by watching one of our four new bite-sized introductions to knowledge mobilisation techniques and consider how you can use your existing enquiries to introduce some knowledge mobilisation techniques in your organisation
4. Get inspired by what someone else has done – read a knowledge management story
5. Join the KM community of practice or if you are already a member post a question or share something you have been doing
6. Take part in the #ukmedlibs Twitter Chat Tuesday 19th November, 12:30 – 13:30 with special guest Denise Carter, Chair of the CILIP Knowledge & Information Management Specialist Interest Group. This will be a great opportunity to find out more about working in a different sector, ask questions about CILIP’s Knowledge Management Chartership process and discuss the ISO Knowledge Management Standard.
So, please enjoy KNOWvember19 and don’t forget to share what you are doing.
The Mobilising Evidence and Knowledge Group