Within academia, knowledge synthesis, translation and exchange (KSTE):
- informs, advances and/or improves:
- research agendas;
- theory; and/or
Beyond academia it:
- public debate;
- policies; and/or
- enhances/improves services; and/or
- informs the decisions and/or processes of people in business, government, the media, practitioner communities and civil society.
The Prentice Institute has a history of KSTE work going back almost two decades, and most recently includes the SSHRC funded projects Carrying Capacity Surveillance: Indicators and Frameworks for Equitable Sustainability; and Economic Impacts of Loneliness and Interventions to Address Loneliness in Young Adults: A Scoping Review.