Four IALH Affiliates receive UVic's Pathways to Impact: Mobilizing Knowledge funding

IALH congratulates four Faculty Affiliates on receiving UVic's Pathways to Impact: Mobilizing Knowledge funding. The fund supports researchers in mobilizing knowledge and creativity for greater impact.

Seven UVic researchers received the funding to mobilize knowledge that advances the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), four of whom are IALH Faculty Affiliates. 

Megan Ames (Psychology)Canadian mapping of Autism-specific supports for postsecondary students

Christine Ou (Nursing)Relationships between maternal-infant sleep and maternal mood knowledge dissemination

Theone Paterson (Psychology)Psychological impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians

Kelli Stajduhar (Nursing)Developing a web-based toolkit to support palliative care in inner city settings

The fund is a joint initiative of the Office of the Vice-President Research and Innovation’s Research Partnerships and Knowledge Mobilization (RPKM) unit, in partnership with UVic Libraries. To see all of the 2022 recipients, see