The 'Payback Framework' explained

C. Donovan, S. Hanney
2011 Research Evaluation  
The Payback Framework, originally developed to examine the 'impact' or 'payback' of health services research, is explained. The Payback Framework is a research tool used to facilitate data collection and cross-case analysis by providing a common structure and so ensuring cognate information is recorded. It consists of a logic model representation of the complete research process, and a series of categories to classify the individual paybacks from research. Its multi-dimensional categorisation
more » ... al categorisation of benefits from research starts with more traditional academic benefits of knowledge production and research capacitybuilding, and then extends to wider benefits to society.
doi:10.3152/095820211x13118583635756 fatcat:a2oe5c43ajbalpzpzwfuu7dhgy