Our final conference took place on 26 November 2014 to share a culmination of 27+ months of activity on knowledge exchange and impact. It was great – a very engaged room of 120+ people from a range of backgrounds all very enthusiastic to .. well make sure research “makes a difference”. Some excellent talks and discussion took place, and we realised (more so than before) how much had been done during the project … and how much was yet to be done! There is lots to reflect on and outputs to finalise, but here’s a quick snapshot of the conference in the meantime:
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