International ARIS community experts lead continuing discussions on broader impact topics in our International Impact Series.
Knowledge Translation and Research Impact in Australia and New Zealand
Wednesday, November 11: 2-3 p.m. Central
(3 p.m. Eastern, 1 p.m. Mountain, noon Pacific)
Dr. Tamika Heiden (Research Impact Academy) will present on Knowledge Translation and Research Impact in Australia and New Zealand.
Find out what is happening in Australia when it comes to research impact. This webinar will discuss how research impact has been introduced as a retrospective national assessment, into academic track records used when applying for research funding, and prospectively in other funding applications. Tamika will outline the nuances of impact in Australia and New Zealand and how these differ from experiences in other countries. Finally, Tamika will outline the biggest challenges that Australians are facing when it comes to meeting the requirements introduced to assess research impact.
This one hour virtual session will be facilitated online using Zoom.
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About the presenter
Tamika Heiden is the Principal of the Research Impact Academy. She has more than a decade of career experience as a researcher and research manager in the fields of health, sport and medical research that began with a sports science degree and a PhD in Biomechanics. She has a certification’s in Knowledge Translation from the University of Toronto, and from the International School on Research Impact. Tamika is an honorary research fellow at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Victoria, an Adjunct Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia, sits on the scientific committee for the Medical Research Foundation at Royal Perth Hospital, and has a formal partnership with SickKids Hospital in Toronto. [More ...]
View the previous ARIS International Impact Series webinar on
"Introduction to the Research Excellence Framework" with David Sweeney