Who needs to know?
Research teams, practitioners, commissioners, CLAHRC partners, service users and public involvement reps.
What have we found?
Networks of practice bring together a variety of people to share knowledge and learning that will help the research get into practice.
They cross organisational, professional, occupational and geographical boundaries; they transcend the ‘silos’ that frequently prevent knowledge sharing.
Network members share their ‘domain’ knowledge, exchanging know-how, to harness collective knowledge and action, leading to improvement outcomes.