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How to plan your research for real world impact, ResBaz Auckland 2019.
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Dr Faith Welch (nee Smith), Research Impact Manager, gave this presentation at ResBaz Auckland 2019, 10th July, at the University of Auckland.
Economic, societal and environmental impact, or the ‘non-academic’ impact of research, is becoming an increasingly important part of the research ecosystem. It is standard practice for researchers to be asked by funders to describe the benefits of their research and how they might enable that benefit to be achieved. This session offers a high-level step-by-step guide on how to incorporate impact into your research planning.