Name
Research Impact: Assessing the Societal Benefit of Research
Address
Treasury Room, Mantra on Russell
222 Russell Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Australia
Cost
$660.00
Accreditation
-
Date
Thursday, 29th of June 2017
Start Time
9:00 am
Finish Time
5:00 pm
Description

This module, presented by Dr Mark Hochman will equip participants with an understanding of why it is important to understand the societal benefit of research, the ways in which research impact may be assessed and demonstrated and the associated pitfalls to be considered. It will provide an overview of past and current international practice in demonstration of research impact and address the emerging Australian Engagement and Impact framework. The focus will be on providing practical solutions to research managers, enabling them to understand pathways to impact and establish institutional frameworks and tools for the ongoing collection and presentation of research impact information.

Fee:
ARMS Members :            $660 per elective (GST inclusive)
Non-Members:                $760 per elective (GST inclusive)

 

Registration:
Registration extended to 9 June 2017.
ARMS Members :            Please login to the member's portal and register via the 'Events' page.
Non-Members:                Please contact the ARMS Adminstration Officer on the details below.

 

Further Enquiries?
Enrolment enquiries can be directed to the ARMS Administration Officer, admin_officer@researchmanagement.org.au or telephone +61 8 8201 5592.
Elective content enquiries can be directed to Dr Mark Hochman, ARMS Business Development Manager, Education and Professional Development Program at arms_bdm@researchmanagement.org.au

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