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Summer Institute 2007- Presentation by Dr Philip Davies
At the NCCPH Summer Institute held in Baddeck, N.S. in August 2007, Philip Davies presented a keynote address on knowledge management in public health.
Published in September, 2007.  DescriptionDownload   849 K.
In this presentation, Dr. Philip Davies discusses what knowledge is, distinguishing the knowing-that of explicit knowledge and the knowing-how of experiential knowledge. He also considers the differences between evidence, data and experience and relates these to action in the policy sector, particularly from the perspective of ensuring that people have the knowledge they need at the right time.

Knowledge Management: The Most Important Health Technology?   849 K.

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