New Thinking on Communicating Knowledge: Answering the “So What” Question
Traditional means of communicating knowledge, including seminars, meetings, and journals, are plentiful but often fall short of effectively relaying critical information. The flood of published peer-reviewed medical literature has made distilling central ideas or problems increasingly challenging.
We struggle to search, abstract, and integrate knowledge across multiple disciplines, hindering new discoveries. Despite the vast reservoirs of knowledge available in digital volumes and libraries, much remains hidden.
Establishing conceptual linkages between knowledge domains is essential for recognizing cognitive impairment and maximizing independence. Even with technological advances, effectively visualizing and connecting abstract concepts remains a critical challenge for delivering improved brain health care.
Let’s explore new ways to bridge this communication gap and answer the “So What” question.