Professional Development

Blogging Is Knowledge

Gary Jones explores the power of blogging and knowledge brokering in enabling practitioners to make the most of research and engage in evidence-based practice.

This article describes my experiences as a blogger and how I first came to be writing about evidence-based practice. Then a number of key themes around knowledge brokering will be explored – such as sourcing and sharing research evidence, stimulating discussion, and supporting individuals interested in making use of research. In particular there will be a focus on how blogging and knowledge brokering play a sustaining role for the individual blogger. I conclude by reflecting on any impact and success that I may have had in my role as a knowledge broker.

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