The pilot demonstrated not only the usefulness of examining the impact of research from the perspectives of a range of stakeholders but also, notably, the extent and variety of the benefits that accrue from research.
Avoiding information overload is crucial for research grant decisions. The right guidance and training to panel members can help them make the most of bibliometrics as an evaluation tool to assist their decisions on research funding.
This paper examines various aspects of the use of bibliometric information by members of award selection panels, based on interviews with ten panel members from three NIHR panels, alongside analysis of the information provided to those panels.
This briefing provides an analysis across the UK of government support for mental health research, with a particular emphasis on the UK Department of Health. This analysis builds on the project -- Mapping the global mental health research system.
The size and diversity of mental health research is significant, but it remains a loosely defined field in which funders tend not to spell out what counts as mental health. An outline of the current state of mental health research funding worldwide helps to address the huge challenges of mental illness.
This brief summarizes a study mapping the global funding of mental health research from 2009 to 2014. It built a bottom up a picture of who the major funders are, what kinds of research they support and how their strategies relate to one another.
This study maps the global funding of mental health research between 2009 and 2014. It builds from the bottom up a picture of who the major funders are, what kinds of research they support and how their strategies relate to one another.
This report presents a bibliometric analysis of biomedical and health research in England, 2004-2013. It is intended to support the shortlisting and selection of the National Institute for Health Research Biomedical Research Centres in England.
This report, commissioned by the Alzheimer's Society, aims to inform funding and capacity-building efforts in UK dementia research by examining the current research and workforce landscape, and associated strengths and gaps.
This extended summary provides an overview of the findings of a report commissioned by the Alzheimer's Society. It aims to inform funding and capacity-building efforts in UK dementia research by examining the current research and workforce landscape.
This report summarises the key findings of a bibliometric analysis of researchers affiliated with the Cambridge Neuroscience Strategic Research Initiative at the University of Cambridge with a view to informing the future direction of the initiative.
Education Ph.D. in wireless communications engineering, University of Leicester; M.Sc. in information and communications engineering, University of Leicester; M.Sc. in informatics, University of Delhi; B.Sc. (Honours) in physics, University of Delhi (St Stephen's College)