Avlyst: Knowledge Utilization (KU) colloquium

Considering the development of the COVID-19 pandemic and the travel restrictions in place, we regretfully inform you that we have decided to cancel the KU20 conference in July. The EISEN project group are working on providing an alternative synchronous and asynchronous solutions to disseminate and discuss issues related to educating implementation scientists within the KU colloquia, and we will be in touch in the coming year to invite your participation.

Researchers, practitioners, and students in the field of knowledge utilization and knowledge translation are invited to attend the 20th annual Knowledge Utilization (KU) colloquium.

The theme for this year's colloquium:

  • Educating Implementation Scientists
  • Approaches to Evaluation in Implementation Research
  • Research versus fake news and the role of social media in Implementation Science
  • Open Space

Registration for the colloquium is now closed.

Call for abstract

The KU 20 poster session will be a combination of a one slide three minutes presentations followed by a facilitated plenary discussion of issues and 'take-home' messages. The poster session will be open to all invitees.

Please use the Abstract submission template below to submit your abstract within March 1st 2020.

Abstract submission template 

Location and Accommodation

KU20 will be held at Solstrand Hotel in the outskirts of Bergen. The hotel is located 30km from Bergen city center and Flesland Airport. See Solstrands website about how to get there, click here.

The total conference and accommodation amounts to NOK 5 550,- per person in single rooms, and NOK 5 080 per person sharing double rooms. Please note that attendees are responsible for their own costs related to travel and additional accommodation.

The KU20 will be co-organised by the Erasmus + strategic partnership project Eisen and co-sponsored by the Erasmus+ grant as a Multiplier Event. Thus, no extra conference fee will be charged.

 


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