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What do you need to be able to track the impact of your research?
Wednesday 22 March, 2023
4 - 5 pm GMT

As a researcher or someone working in knowledge to action or public engagement, how do you know if your work is making an impact?

When research is used in influencing, inspiring and educating people, issues of cause and effect are more complex. How do you unpick the contribution your work is making to people’s lives?

Join research impact expert Sarah Morton to explore what do you need to be able to understand and track the impact of your work.

Sarah will be joined in conversation with Dr Barbara Farrell and Prof Fiona Cowdell, two researchers who are on journeys to track their impact.

Together they will highlight the resources, capabilities and skills that are needed to make an impact, and to be able to understand and demonstrate the difference research or knowledge makes to people and communities.

The session will explore:

- The importance of a vision for impact – at institution, unit and project levels
- Strategies for making impact
- The support needed to make and measure impact
- Approaches to understanding and tracking impact
- Systems for working well with impact

This session will include a mix of concepts and practical approaches to get you started on your own impact tracking journey, and to make the case for the resources you need to do this work well.

Mar 22, 2023 04:00 PM in London

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