18 minutes | Apr 27, 2020

Kimberly Girling: Science Communication and Science Policy in Canada

Evidence for Democracy https://evidencefordemocracy.ca/enKimberly Girlinghttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberly-girling-phd-750b4816/Upcoming Webinar on May 5, 2020:https://evidencefordemocracy.ca/en/content/register-our-latest-webinarSocial Mediahttps://www.facebook.com/E4Dcahttps://twitter.com/E4Dcahttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzsmi2kEGI7M85qTCcWBfjQKimberly Describes:How Evidence for Democracy promotes science policy in governmentThe structural challenges for adopting science policyWhy science is so important, especially right nowMisconceptions from government, scientists and professors about science and science advocacyUseful incentives and initiatives for further science communicationAn ideal state for science policy and integrity two years from nowThe need for mechanisms to respond to misinformation and available resourcesExisting science policy and science communication groups in CanadaHow more people can get involvedRate this podcastPlease share your feedbackBest way to reach Gordon Ruby:LinkedInSci Comm and Civic Tech on Social:TwitterLinkedInYouTubeInstagramFacebookRESOURCES:Science Policy Exchange https://www.linkedin.com/company/science-&-policy-exchange/https://twitter.com/DSP_SPEhttps://www.sp-exchange.ca/Toronto Science Policy Network https://twitter.com/TOSciPolicyNethttps://www.facebook.com/TOSciPolicyNet/Spin (Vancouver) Science Policy Interchange Network https://www.linkedin.com/company/science-policy-integration-network-spin/https://twitter.com/SPINSciPolicyScience Slam Canada https://www.linkedin.com/company/science-slam-canada/https://twitter.com/scislamcaPint of Science https://www.linkedin.com/company/pintofscience/https://twitter.com/pintsworldScience is Everywhere https://www.linkedin.com/company/science-everywhere/https://twitter.com/anthonymxse
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