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Choice of Target Audience for IS Research: Reflections on Discussions with IS Academic Leaders in the UK

Nuala Nevill, Trevor Wood-Harper
2001 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
In this paper we consider choice-making in the research activity from the perspective of Resource-Dependence Theory, with a particular focus on the choice of target audience for research results.  ...  IS academic leaders in UK universities were interviewed to gain insights into the influences affecting their choices, taking a broad view of the research context and process, the researchers themselves  ...  of Target Audience for IS Research: Reflections on Discussions with IS Academic Leaders in the UK by N.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.00504 fatcat:qixsrpiokza75n732qjquyhdf4

Research dissemination and impact [chapter]

Helen Brooks, Penny Bee
2018 A research handbook for patient and public involvement researchers  
For example, starting the process of engaging with relevant audiences early in the research process is more eff ective than waiting until the end of the project.  ...  both in the UK and across the world.  ...  As a member of the public, you will have your own health experiences and a unique viewpoint on the direction that this research could take.  ... 
doi:10.7765/9781526136527.00015 fatcat:kojnvvshevc43aivbqorz4e5oa

Management of a High-Performing Mental Health Recovery Research Group

Mike Slade
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The broader context of scholarship in the United Kingdom is outlined, in which academic productivity is commodified specifically in relation to peer-reviewed journal papers.  ...  The use of these approaches is illustrated in relation to the Recovery Research Team which was formed in 2009.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18084007 pmid:33920382 fatcat:gknyxfz3kjhvvgsqg4h6bu3b2a

Knowledge translation of research findings

Jeremy M Grimshaw, Martin P Eccles, John N Lavis, Sophie J Hill, Janet E Squires
2012 Implementation Science  
One of the most consistent findings from clinical and health services research is the failure to translate research into practice and policy.  ...  Knowledge translators need to identify the key messages for different target audiences and to fashion these in language and knowledge translation products that are easily assimilated by different audiences  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Egon Jonson for agreeing that we could use the chapter Grimshaw  ... 
doi:10.1186/1748-5908-7-50 pmid:22651257 pmcid:PMC3462671 fatcat:miu56jm52fg3tjk6fi5fhpfncq

A Masterclass in interdisciplinarity: Research into practice in training the next generation of interdisciplinary researchers

Catherine Lyall, Laura R. Meagher
2012 Futures : The journal of policy, planning and futures studies  
This paper draws on evaluations of a number of interdisciplinary studentship and fellowship schemes to discuss some of the challenges of developing interdisciplinary research skills in early career researchers  ...  It describes efforts to support such capacity-building in the UK through a series of Interdisciplinary Masterclasses which used workshop-based elicitation techniques to develop smallscale studies in order  ...  types of research questions and the criteria for the choice of disciplines to be involved in a project will also differ in each case.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.futures.2012.03.011 fatcat:uestisv5gbgjbepppn5qj2klye

YEU Research Report.pdf

Nathan Dodzo
2018 Figshare  
In a climate where there is little choice in the type of jobs available and a mass of competition, the research hoped to inspire and assist young people to look to themselves as a resource - as an entrepreneur  ...  The goal of the YEU project, however, is to go further.  ...  they are packaged in a manner that is most suitable for the target audience of young people.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7345874 fatcat:aeoiy4xim5gwvoxwq3bokeccbm

Historical perspectives on research on higher education, institutional research and research utilisation [chapter]

Jan Botha, Rudo Hwami, Gabriele Vilyte
2021 Utilisation of South African Research on Higher Education  
In the UK, for example, IR activities are not (always) considered to be 'research' because of its focus on an institution or on policy versus a focus on the development of higher education studies as an  ...  institutional decision making; 5. reflective practitioners, for example, executive and senior academic managers of universities, or politicians or civil servants with a specific interest in higher education  ... 
doi:10.52779/9781991201416/01 fatcat:byrho2a73fbndlliae2o5iosm4

Academic research into marketing: Many publications, but little impact?

Tim Hughes, Merlin Stone, Eleni Aravopoulou, Len Tiu Wright, Liz Machtynger, Femi Olan
2018 Cogent Business & Management  
It discusses the extent to which research by marketing academics published in leading academic journals is relevant to the concerns of marketing management and how this relevance or lack of it may be reflected  ...  This article reviews some issues associated with the way in which academic research into marketing is evaluated by UK education authorities using their research excellence framework (REF), in particular  ...  It raises questions about the role of an academic and where they invest their effort. Evaluating the overall impact of research is challenging because impact comes in many forms (Martin, 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311975.2018.1516108 fatcat:2rnucmbv4fcebcfvi5n556orzu

Areas of research in political advertising: a review and research agenda

Eric Van Steenburg
2015 International Journal of Advertising  
Political advertising is an increasingly researched area. Yet the sundry natures of research findings to date demonstrate a body of work searching for direction and a unifying theory.  ...  to six recommendations for areas of future research, in an effort to stimulate and guide future investigations of political advertising.  ...  Francisco Guzman for guidance with early drafts of the research, Rabab Hashmi and Matt Stonehill for assistance with data analysis, and the reviewers and editors for their helpful comments that improved  ... 
doi:10.1080/02650487.2014.996194 fatcat:rasxwxole5epzmh6kofs6faubu

Strategies and tensions in communicating research on sexual and reproductive health, HIV and AIDS: a qualitative study of the experiences of researchers and communications staff

Joanna Crichton, Sally Theobald
2011 Health Research Policy and Systems  
This qualitative study focuses on the research communication and policy influencing objectives, strategies and experiences of four research consortia working on SRH, HIV and AIDS.  ...  Research evidence is complex, posing further challenges for ensuring that policy and practice are evidence-based.  ...  Acknowledgements and Funding This paper is one of the outputs of a collaborative study involving the partners in the four DFID funded RPCs working on SRH, HIV and AIDS.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1478-4505-9-s1-s4 pmid:21679385 pmcid:PMC3121135 fatcat:7bw4zo7surawzp2kc4xzbj7pgy

Mentor and peer support for early career researchers sharing research with academia and beyond

Margaret K. Merga, Shannon Mason
2021 Heliyon  
Support for sharing research with audiences beyond academia could be limited, with production of outputs for academic audiences consistently a greater focus of support.  ...  Through interviews with recent PhD graduates working as early career researchers in Australia and Japan, this paper investigates if mentor and peer support for producing both academic and translational  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the generous contribution of the thirty interview participants from Australia and Japan who shared their experiences and views with us.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2021.e06172 pmid:33598578 pmcid:PMC7868602 fatcat:oenqieudobearbbcujck5wjq6u

Editorial: Reimagining the global research table

Margaret Malone
2022 Gateways : International Journal of Community Research & Engagement  
This Editorial is offered as a speculative musing on the metaphor of the 'global research table', which has helped frame our understanding of the contribution an academic journal may make to the field  ...  As with any metaphor, there is more than one interpretation, and the discussion highlights both the risks and imaginative potential of working towards institutional change, together.  ...  academics often well established in their specific disciplines to comprehensively and frankly reflect on the 'craft' of community-based research.  ... 
doi:10.5130/ijcre.v15i1.8224 fatcat:ztq4cqkmxfc25dazxjv5u5sl7y

Mechanisms and pathways to impact in public health research: a preliminary analysis of research funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)

Harriet Boulding, Adam Kamenetzky, Ioana Ghiga, Becky Ioppolo, Facundo Herrera, Sarah Parks, Catriona Manville, Susan Guthrie, Saba Hinrichs-Krapels
2020 BMC Medical Research Methodology  
The mechanisms and pathways to impacts from public health research in the UK have not been widely studied.  ...  In addition to the NIHR School for Public Health Research and the NIHR Public Health Research Programme, 89% of projects contained in the NIHR Public Health Overview portfolio as 'public health research  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful for the input by the team at National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) who provided the data used in this analysis, namely Genevieve Baker, Kay Lakin, Adam Lockwood  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12874-020-0905-7 pmid:32075580 pmcid:PMC7031933 fatcat:dahd3l4ajzh2pjddh5afyb7sxi

Advancing knowledge about stakeholder engagement in multisectoral nutrition research

Andrea M. Warren, Shilpa V. Constantinides, Christine E. Blake, Edward A. Frongillo
2021 Global Food Security  
Researchers developed strategies of varying intensity depending on goals for uptake. This research sheds light on the role of stakeholder engagement in advancing multisectoral nutrition.  ...  Drawing from fifteen food choice studies, the aim of this study was to understand the diversity of strategies that researchers used in engaging with stakeholders to synthesize lessons learned from their  ...  This research has been funded by the Drivers of Food Choice Competitive Grants Programs, which is funded by the UK Government's Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.gfs.2021.100521 fatcat:7onpnwxqsned7hgdnm5n66j7zu

Using Twitter™ to drive research impact: A discussion of strategies, opportunities and challenges

Katy Schnitzler, Nigel Davies, Fiona Ross, Ruth Harris
2016 International Journal of Nursing Studies  
Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the support of research team colleagues, Sarah Sims, Ros Levenson, Stephen Gourlay, Sally Brearley, Robert Grant, Giampiero Favato and our study advisory  ...  The academic literature on the use of social networking platforms such as Twitter™ for research purposes is in its infancy, thus is unsurprisingly limited.  ...  A breakdown reflecting the categories of followers is shown in table 2.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2016.02.004 pmid:27222446 fatcat:ls5kpluww5c5zmx7pos43z5zc4
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