New seminar: Design for Knowledge Mobilisation

Who: Mel Woods, University of Dundee
When: 5 May 2015, 2.30 – 4pm
Where: Healthcare Improvement Scotland, Delta House, 50 West Nile Street, Glasgow G1 2NP

The development of methods and technologies to support knowledge discovery, exchange (KE) and mobilisation (KMb) has drawn on a range of disciplines. In recent years design thinking has evolved to promote a user centred approach to the design of systems, services and technologies through the sharing of ideas, expertise and skills between people. This talk will illustrate how, by applying user centred approaches to KE and KMb, we can make the most of knowledge, experience and creativity for both individuals and organisations. Practical use cases will illustrate this and a strategic approach to KMb that is particularly useful for interdisciplinary or cross sector working will be discussed. This event is free but you will need to register at: