We have hosted and continue to host a series of small, informal and interdisciplinary events to bring people who are studying and working in research utilisation together. Our aim is to stimulate dialogue and to move research and debate about research utilisation forwards. Please click on the links below to find out more about our previous events.
November 2022, Understanding and addressing knowledge equity in knowledge mobilisation
October 2020, Researching policy engagement: what have we learned and where do we go next?
October 2019, Researching knowledge co-production: what do we know and where do we go next?
January 2019, Organizing knowledge and decision-making at the frontline of public services, a joint RURU/Knowledge and Practice thematic group event
January 2019, Researching knowledge brokering in diverse sectors
February 2017, Exploring knowledge mobilisation
March 2016, Facilitating meaningful dialogue around diverse kinds of knowledge,
a Health and Care Research Wales/RURU jointly organised event
November 2015, Negotiating understanding: supporting dialogue in knowledge interaction
October 2014, Evaluating knowledge mobilisation: Issues, challenges and works-in-progress
November 2013, The Politics of Co-production
May 2013, Understanding research use