What does it mean to “co-produce” knowledge, and why is this important to communities as well as universities? How can co-production lead to better articulation of research questions? How can co-produced knowledge facilitate evidence uptake in programming and policy? How can knowledge jointly produced by communities and university researchers promote health equity?
Throughout this series, we will explore these questions and:
Through presentations, “how-to” pointers, and discussions, we will evaluate current thinking about jointly-produced knowledge, and identify best practices for engaging in co-produced scholarship and action.
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Seminars will be held from 4-5:30 p.m., Eastern Time the second Tuesday of the month.