Research impact lecture and workshop
How to identify and describe the impact of your research? - Research always has impact on the surrounding society. We might recognise the various impacts our research contributes to, but how well can we describe the path from our expected research results to the possible long-term changes? In the Impact Helper lecture, we will find out all about impact: what it is, how it can be maximised and if and how it can be measured. After the lecture we will have a hands-on workshop where you will create an impact plan for your research. The plan can be utilised in research funding application to various funders.
Research funding specialist Kirsi Ojutkangas is a true expert on impact. She will guide the participants to better know-how.
Kontinkangas Tellus, Aapistie 7A
Time: September 13 at 14-16:30
Place: Tellus Kontinkangas Stage and Lecture hall A101 (fysiatria), Aapistie 7A
Registration: Sign up for the lecture and workshop by September 7 at https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/96C66B42A84205EB
The training is organized in collaboration by the Profi6 Fibrobesity research programme, Medical Research Center Oulu and Research Support Services of the University of Oulu.
The lecture and workshop is open to all researchers. Please register no later than Thursday, September 7. There is no limit to the number of participants for the lecture and the workshop can accommodate the first 25 registrants.
To get acquainted with the topic already in advance, you can check this: https://www.oulu.fi/en/impacthelper
14-14:45: Lecture (guidance to the lecture hall from the Tellus Kontinkangas lobby)
14:45-15: Coffee break
15-16:30: Workshop (at Tellus Kontinkangas Stage)
Contact for inquiries:
Fibrobesity coordinator Ritva Saastamoinen, email@example.com
MRC Oulu coordinator Katja Riipinen, firstname.lastname@example.org