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Twitter Q&A on Knowledge Mobilization in the Youth Mental Health and Substance Use Sector

Twitter Q&A on Knowledge Mobilization in the Youth Mental Health and Substance Use Sector

The world of knowledge mobilization is ever-changing. While we know how important knowledge mobilization is to maintaining work that is ethical, equitable, and helps reduce duplication in our sector, it can be confusing to navigate a field that is so vast. How do you get started? How do you ensure you're using best practices in granting? How do you use multiple forms of evidence in programming? How can you ensure you're amplifying, not appropriating, different ways of knowing?

What is #AskFrayme?
On February 2nd at 11AM EST Frayme will be collaborating with knowledge mobilization experts to bring you a Twitter Q&A where we'll be answering all questions on knowledge equity, triangulating evidence, system collaboration, best practices for grants, and amplifying different ways of knowing.

How to participate
Send us a tweet (@Frayme_Cadre) before February 2nd that includes both your question and the #AskFrayme hashtag. Tune into the live event to join the discussion and engage with the hosts directly on Twitter.

Participate for your chance to win exclusive Frayme swag!
All participants who ask a question using #AskFrayme will be automatically entered into a draw to win a Frayme sweater! Open to participants across Canada.

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