Research communication

Good research communication can increase the chances that research evidence reaches those who need to use it in a timely manner. Research users rarely have the time to immerse themselves in the details of research methods and complex long-winded findings. They require distilled information that captures the essence and relevance of the findings for their situation. Targeting and tailoring communication to different audiences is therefore a key skill that can improve research impact. Branching out to use video, social media, podcasts and good design work can work wonders, but needs to be based on sound, quality research and avoid excessive over-simplification or mis-representation of findings.
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Creating research outputs

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