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Knowledge Transfer in the HALCYon Project. Professor James Goodwin PhD Head of Research, Age UK Chair, Halcyon KTSG. Linear Model of Knowledge Transfer. Data. Research Question. Methodology. Dissemination. Policy/Practice/Products/Services. Public Domain.

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Knowledge transfer in the halcyon project

Knowledge Transferin the HALCYon Project

Professor James Goodwin PhD

Head of Research, Age UK

Chair, Halcyon KTSG

Linear model of knowledge transfer

Linear Model of Knowledge Transfer


Research Question




Public Domain

Knowledge transfer in the halcyon project

Interactive Model of Knowledge Transfer

Ktsg membership

KTSG Membership

Frazer AndersenBritish Geriatric Society and Deputy Editor, Age and Ageing

Kate Green Child Poverty Action Group

James Goodwin Director of Research, Help the Aged (Chair)

David Hart NDA Older People’s Reference Group (NDAORG)

Felicia Huppert Director, Well-being Institute, University of Cambridge

Vacant Department of Work and Pensions

Sally Marie-Bamford International Longevity Centre-UK

Frans van der Ouderaa Consultant and former VP Research, Unilever PLC

Norman Richards NDAORG

Pauline RichardsNDAORG

Rachel Thompson British Nutrition Society

Nick Tyler University College London

Suzanne Sorenson Alzheimer’s Society

Tom KirkwoodUniversity of Newcastle

Dan Perry Alliance for Aging Research, Washington, DC

Priorities for communication strategy

Priorities for Communication Strategy

Essential questions:

  • What is the point of Halcyon; why all the WPs; what will it mean to the general public

  • PIs – what do you anticipate will be the impact of your research; why is it important

  • What are the most important findings to publicise; and when (incremental vs global)

  • What methods do we wish to employ (impact profiles; innovation; integration)

Knowledge transfer in the halcyon project

Dan Perry

Executive Director

Alliance for Ageing Research

Washington DC

Some ideas for discussion

Some ideas for discussion

  • Special journal issue (QiA)

  • Publications on website

  • Use a medical writer

  • Use web-casts (pod-casts)

  • Use the web-site inter-actively

  • Media and press releases

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