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Personalised longitudinal Support for Impact
OD&PL are now able to provide tailored, longitudinal support to researchers looking to improve their effectiveness in delivering impact from their research. The support isn’t just a one-off event or workshop, it is offered for a period of time that is right for you and your research project. This means that you will get the support you need, when you need it, in the form you need it and covering material that you think will improve the success of the next action or step in your journey to deliver that impact.
The flowchart (below) shows the process of how this bespoke support is delivered to researchers, research groups, Sector Hub funded projects or Transformation Fund projects to develop the skills necessary to deliver the potential impact from their research / projects. The funding for this support comes from EPSRC and as such should be targeted at those working on EPSRC funded projects or research themes. However, we may be able to assist researchers outside of these areas.
The process is also described in detail in this document.
‘For me, Ged has embodied University support. His connections, experience and vision have had a direct impact on my current research project. Having someone on your side, rooting for your research to be effective, has helped me to feel my work is recognised and valued, which is in turn motivating and encouraging. Ged has kept my eye firmly on impact, offering tips and advice that have really helped, as well as putting me in touch with other University staff who are endeavouring to similar things to me, albeit in a different discipline. I think every project should have a Ged. His contribution has changed my perception of University support.’
Dr. Siobhan Hugh-Jones
Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology and Principal Investigator ESRC funded Mindfulness in Schools project
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Last updated 27/01/15