Grant Accelerator Program: Engagement and Impact
As part of the Research Advantage Grant Accelerator Program, a series of workshops / seminars have been developed to run in 2020, providing information and practical advice about grant writing.
The seventh of these workshops – Engagement and Impact – will explore a range of ways that researchers and researchers can promote their impact, as well as hear from the team from Hunter New England Population Health who will use a journal article to take attendees on a journey to greater impact. They will highlight the kinds of activities and actions researchers might consider to increase end-user engagement and increase the potential for real-world impact (including plain language summaries, info graphics, and self-archiving to name just a few).
Who: UON Researchers
When: 10:30am – 12:00pm, Wednesday 12 August 2020
Where: Online via Zoom
Kanina Mackay, Strategic Implementation Coordinator, Research and Innovation Services
Matthew Mclaughlin, Hunter New England Population Health
Benjamin Elton, Hunter New England Population Health
If you have a not a University staff member and would like to attend, please email your interest at Research_Advantage@newcastle.edu.au
What is Research Advantage?
The Research Advantage Program is designed to foster the development of an engaged research community at the University of Newcastle, empowering academics at all career levels to reach their full potential.
The Research Advantage program currently offers 12 special initiatives which includes multi-disciplinary networking opportunities, research capability development and education opportunities, funding and scholarship opportunities.