Ever since completing my training as a health scientist an epidemiologist, I have been interested in better understanding and improving the use of knowledge in health policy and practice. Having worked as lecturer and field researcher in epidemiology for some years, I am currently studying how knowledge translation collaboratives sustain and institutionalise.
AL (Annette) Boaz, RAJ (Robert) Borst, M (Maarten) Kok & A O'Shea (2021) - How far does an emphasis on stakeholder engagement and co-production in research present a threat to academic identity and autonomy? A prospective study across five European countries - Research Evaluation - doi: 10.1093/reseval/rvab013
Robert Borst, M Nsangou, D Arikpo, E Esu, A AL-Metleq, P Ongolo-Zogo, M Meremikwu, A Amawi, MO Kok & Roland Bal (2020) - Assessing and enhancing the impact and responsiveness of knowledge translation initiatives: lessons learned from Jordan, Cameroon, and Nigeria
O Hobden, Robert Borst, A AL-Metleq & Maarten Kok (2019) - From deliberative dialogue to impact: envisioning kmowledge translation