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:
The day will cover:
Dr Rebecca Armstrong, Associate Professor, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, Dr Anita Horvath, Senior Lecturer, Department of Medical Education
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
*Please note this session is open to VCCC partner organisation staff only
Please contact Erin Turner (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
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/