CIHR-IA Betty Havens Prize for Knowledge Mobilization

In 2023, Dr. Alexandra Papaioannou was awarded the CIHR Institute of Aging Betty Havens Prize for Knowledge Mobilization in Aging. This prize recognizes an individual, team or organization that has advanced the mobilization of research in aging at a local or regional level.

Why Knowledge Mobilization?

Knowledge mobilization (KM) is now part of the normal research cycle; its aim is to encourage and facilitate the adoption of evidence-informed practices and public policies.

Knowledge Mobilization Resources

Discover more resources introducing key concepts in knowledge mobilization and how they can be applied in different contexts.