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.
R.A.J. Borst, J. Kostenzer & R.A. Bal (2020, augustus 18). Global Health is dead, long live global health! Prague, Hungary (online), EASST/4S 2020.
R.A.J. Borst, M. Nsangou, D. Arikpo, E. Esu, A. AL-Metleq, P. Ongolo-Zogo, M. Meremikwu, A. Amawi, M.O. Kok & R.A. Bal (2020). Assessing and enhancing the impact and responsiveness of knowledge translation initiatives: lessons learned from Jordan, Cameroon, and Nigeria. Sixth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research: Dubai, UAE (online) (2020, november 9 - 2020, november 12).
O. Hobden, R.A.J. Borst, A. AL-Metleq & M. Kok (2019). From deliberative dialogue to impact: envisioning kmowledge translation. European Public Health Conference 2019: Marseille, France (2019, november 20 - 2019, november 23).
R.A.J. Borst, N.R. Rahmani, S.L. van Elsland, A. Hasnida & M. Kok (2016). Global inequities in health systems research. Fourth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research: Vancouver, Canada (2016, november 14 - 2016, november 18). doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.30845.77282