‘It is extremely important for research findings to be easily accessible to the policy makers and mass people. Journalists can push health issues to the forefront of public awareness and be strengthening evidence-informed policymaking’, Mr. Syed Monjurul Islam, Deputy Executive Director (DED) of icddr,b said while inaugurating journalists orientation on ‘Knowledge Translation in Health’ at Press Institute of Bangladesh (PIB) on 9 August 2017. Thirty national reporters and division level reporters from print, electronic and online media participated in two day-long journalists orientations at PIB Seminar room in Dhaka. DED termed it as an undeniable fact that mass media has played a significant role in achieving benchmark health outcomes like reducing maternal mortality and child mortality in Bangladesh. icddr,b’s European Union-funded SHARE (Strengthening Health, Applying Research Evidence) project has teamed up with the PIB to organize series of the orientation programme for national and division level reporters from print, electronic and online media.