International Symposium "In the Trenches: Research Translation For Health Impact"
PATHWAYS TO IMPACT
Research and Innovation (R&I) impact assessment offers much more than an after-the-fact accounting of outcomes – it is a transformational approach to value co-creation, capture, and communication that sets the stage for successful implementation. You will join experts, peers, and practitioners in an interactive session focused on realizing the full potential of aligning assessment frameworks and research translation for optimal impact.
* Increase your understanding of leading approaches, frameworks and tools to optimize impact
* Contribute to funders’ and researchers’ efforts to advance practice towards an impact “commons”
* Join this vibrant community of practice through networking in a dynamic inspiring environment
WHO WILL BENEFIT?
Research funders, program managers, researchers, health practitioners, knowledge translators, evaluators, policy-makers and other professionals in the research and innovation system.
Deadline for registration is 8th November. A small registration fee (£70) will be payable towards the cost of conference facilities, refreshments and lunch. Free places sponsored by NIHR Oxford BRC are available for NIHR and NHS funded researchers and staff, early career researchers, and students. If you are not in these categories but would still benefit from a free place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
Jesus College Ship Street Centre, 4 Ship Street, Oxford, OX1 3DA
Hotel Malmaison at Oxford Castle, 3 New Rd, Oxford OX1 1AY is the official symposium hotel. It is just a stone’s throw away from the symposium venue. To make a reservation at the best available rate for symposium participants, please call Groups, Meetings & Events Agent on +44 330 016 0381 or email email@example.com.
Available for download here tinyurl.com/oxfordpresentations
Dr Pavel Ovseiko (RDM, University of Oxford),
Dr Maxi Miciak (Alberta Innovates, Canada),
Dr Kathryn Graham (Alberta Innovates, Canada),
Dr Mark Taylor (National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), UK),
Ms Wendy Reijmerink (Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMw), Netherlands),
Dr Paula Adam (Agency for Health Quality and Assessment of Catalonia (AQuAS), Catalonia, Spain),
Dr Gert Balling (Novo Nordisk Foundation, Denmark)
Web Address: https://tinyurl.com/oxfordsymposium
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