21-22 November 2017
Conference Room | Dunedin Public Art Gallery | 30 The Octagon | Dunedin

Who will benefit from attending?Ageing Well National Science Challenge logo
Those working in NGOs, research funding organisations, not-for-profits, the health and technology industry, programme management and evaluation, knowledge translation, government research and development, academia, and research institutes.

What can participants hope to gain?UoO Centre for Health, Activity and Rehabilitation Research logo
Increased knowledge and skills on how to design, plan, manage, measure, communicate and optimise research impact. The focus will be on biomedical and health sciences.

Participants will improve their understanding of some existing frameworks, tools, approaches, and knowledge about research impact and its assessment with leading international experts.

There will be an opportunity to hear examples and share experiences for establishing collaborations between stakeholders, researchers, community service and health providers, and policy makers.

This interactive conference offers an opportunity to network and exchange ideas and best practices with international experts, peers, stakeholders, and end-users of health research.

More information: www.researchimpact.org.nz
Register: https://www.otago.ac.nz/conferences/research-impact/
Email: research.impact@otago.ac.nz


21 November 2017