November 21, 2018

Maximise your clinical research impact – a practical workshop for clinicians – 7 December

Want your research to change the cancer landscape? Want to influence decision makers and attract further funding? Want to reach out to patients affected by your work?

 

Achieving these impacts requires a plan for delivering the right information, to the right people, at the right time, and in a format that they can use.

This one-day intensive workshop offers practical tools to help you embed a plan for impact across all stages of your research, using a knowledge transfer framework approach.

Influence and engage with peers, policy-makers, consumers, funding bodies and others.

Participants will be equipped with:

  • Practical knowledge transfer frameworks that can be applied to individual research projects
  • Understanding and skills to support the development of effective relationships with research end-users and decision-makers
  • Skills and strategies for effectively communicating research to a range of audiences and end-users

The day will cover:

  • Introduction, context, participants’ purposes and needs for impact planning
  • Knowledge transfer theory and evidence – overview
  • Knowledge transfer planning frameworks and strategies for research impact
  • Communicating research
  • Dissemination planning

Facilitators:
Dr Rebecca Armstrong, Associate Professor, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, Dr Anita Horvath, Senior Lecturer, Department of Medical Education

 

DETAILS

Date: Friday 7 December 2018
Venue: Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre – Level 13 Meeting room, 305 Grattan St, Parkville
Registration: 8.30 – 9.00am
Workshop: 9.00am – 4.30pm

Cost: free

Book your spot

*Please note this session is open to VCCC partner organisation staff only

Please contact Erin Turner (erin.turner@unimelb.edu.au) if you have any questions.

 

Learn more about the VCCC.
The VCCC opened in 2016 and is the first comprehensive cancer centre of its type in Australia.

The VCCC’s multi-site, multi-disciplinary model is a powerful alliance of 10 leading research, clinical and academic institutions with a shared commitment to working together to advance and accelerate cancer research, treatments, prevention and care.

The VCCC is currently developing a strategic research platform that will progress new research evidence in key focus areas from lab bench-to-bedside, supported by targeted education programs across the spectrum of cancer control work, as well as key initiatives to support improvements in patient care.  Visit their website here: https://www.viccompcancerctr.org/ 

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