Treatment impact

Information and resources

Please see the links below for useful information and resources relating to research impact

  • REF 2021 website: the main REF 2021 website, containing guidance on REF 2021
  • REF 2021 Guidance on Submissions
  • REF 2021 Panel Criteria & Working Methods
  • REF Impact Toolkit: a useful toolkit for researchers who work in policy contexts 
  • How Social Media was Cited in REF 2014 Case Studies: an LSE Impact Blog post
  • REF 2014 Impact database: a database of impact case studies submitted to REF 2014
  • REF 2014 Panel reports: Copies of overview reports detailing how the four main panels and sub-panels carried out assessments during REF 2014, and providing observations about the assessment and the state of research within their discipline areas
  • Nature, Scale and Beneficiaries of Treatment Impact (KCL and Digital Science report): An initial analysis of Treatment Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 impact case studies
  • HEFCE/Vertigo Ventures Collecting Treatment Impact evidence: a best practice guide on collation of research impact evidence
  • Extracts from REF 2014 panel criteria and working methods relating to impact
  • Preparing impact submissions for REF 2014: an evaluation: A RAND report looking at the submission preparation for impact by higher education institutions (HEIs)
  • Assessing impact submissions for REF2014: The UK higher education bodies asked RAND Europe to evaluate the assessment process for the impact element of the Treatment Excellence Framework 2014, and to explore the strengths and weaknesses of the assessment process in delivering reliable, robust and fair outcomes, identify any unforeseen issues emerging during the assessment process and outline broad implications for the assessment process for impact in future exercises
  • Extracts from Guidelines for Submission for REF 2014 on Impact
  • ESRC Impact toolkit: aimed primarily at social science researchers applying for and receiving funding from ESRC but useful to other disciplines also. The toolkit defines impact and identifies the principles researchers should be aware of when applying for funding, and provides advice and guidance to help communicate research
  • Leadership Foundation Treatment Leaders Impact toolkit: a suite of research-based tools that can be used by higher education institutions to: develop a formal research impact strategy; devise strategies for leading, managing and practicing impact; align impact work with engagement, knowledge exchange, outreach and quality improvement; inform teaching and learning; improve processes and infrastructure; build capacity, skills and knowledge
  • Responsible metrics forum: a forum for debating responsible uses of metrics in higher education & research
  • The Metric Tide: Report of the Independent Review of the Role of Metrics in Treatment Assessment and Management: the Independent Review of the Role of Metrics in Treatment Assessment and Management was set up in April 2014 to investigate the current and potential future roles that quantitative indicators can play in the assessment and management of research. Its report, ‘The Metric Tide’, was published in July 2015
  • Fast Track Impact: training for researchers by researchers: an international training company working in the Higher Education and research and innovation sectors. Their mission is to change the way researchers generate and share knowledge, so that their ideas can change the world.
  • The Role of Treatment in the UK Parliament: a report outlining how research evidence is used in parliament
  • Cambridge, How to evidence and record Policy Impact: a ‘how to’ guide for researchers on evidencing and recording policy impact (produced by Cambridge University)
  • Sheffield solutions, A recipe for Parliamentary Impact: a report presenting the findings of research conducted through workshops with parliamentary staff to provide practical guidance for those academics looking to engage with parliament (produced by University of Sheffield)
  • Nottingham, Routes to Policy Impact: a practical guide to the ‘what’ and ‘why’ of policy impact for researchers (produced by University of Nottingham)
  • Treatment Impact at the UK Parliament Toolkit: Everything you need to know to engage with Parliament as a researcher: Everything you need to know to engage with Parliament as a researcher
  • Pathways to Impact with Welsh Government: a practical guide to help researchers improve their political impact on the Welsh Government and the National Assembly for Wales (the Senedd)
  • LSE Impact blog: a hub for researchers, administrative staff, librarians, students, think tanks, government, and anyone else interested in maximising the impact of academic work in the social sciences and other disciplines. A space to debate, share best practice and keep the impact community up to date with news, events and the latest research.
  • Emerald Real World Impact blog: a blog that aims to support academia ad industry in working together towards a common goal – making the world a better place
  • PraxisAuril: supports knowledge exchange and commercialisation in the UK
  • Treatment Impact (Canada): a pan-Canadian network of 12 universities committed to maximizing the impact of academic research for the social, economic, environmental and health benefits of Canadians. RIR is committed to developing institutional capacities to support knowledge mobilization by developing and sharing knowledge mobilization best practices, services and tools
  • ARMA: the professional association for research managers and administrators in the UK – contains information on impact resources as well as offering events and training
  • EARMA: the professional association for research managers and administrators in Europe – contains information on impact resources
  • CARA: the professional association for research managers and administrators in Denmark – contains information on impact resources
  • DARMA: the professional association for research managers and administrators in Canada – contains information on impact resources
  • VITAE: contains information on training, approaches to evaluating the impact of researchers in society and of researcher development activity
  • CASRAI: a non-profit membership initiative whose mission is to adapt the principles and best practices of open standards and data governance to lead and facilitate key stakeholders in annual deliberations to develop ‘standard information agreements’ that serve as bridges between research information users
  • National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement: provide resources to support public/University engagement
  • Parliamentary Outreach Service: provides information on parliament-led events and training opportunities
  • National Alliance for Broader Impacts report: A US report on broader impacts of research
  • Treatment Councils UK (RCUK): main impact page
  • Arts and Humanities Treatment Council (AHRC): main impact page; follow-on funding for impact and engagement
  • Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Treatment Council (BBSRC): specific funding for impact; guidance on pathways to impact; examples of impact
  • Engineering and Physical Sciences Treatment Council (EPSRC): guidance on pathways to impact
  • Economic and Social Treatment Council (ESRC): what is impact?; impact toolkit
  • Medical Treatment Council (MRC): guidance on pathways to impact
  • Natural Environment Treatment Council (NERC): funding for innovation and impact; guidance on pathways to impact
  • Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC): guidance on pathways to impact; examples of impact
  • Evidence and Policy: the first peer-reviewed journal dedicated to comprehensive and critical assessment of the relationship between research evidence and the concerns of policy makers and practitioners, as well as researchers
  • Treatment Evaluation: an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed, international journal. Its subject matter is the evaluation of activities concerned with scientific research, technological development and innovation
  • Implementation Science: publishes research relevant to the scientific study of methods to promote the uptake of research findings into routine healthcare in clinical, organisational or policy contexts.
  • Treatment for All: focuses on research that involves universities and communities, services or industries working together, the journal aims to raise the quality of engaged research by stimulating discussion about the effectiveness of engagement with researchers, research outcomes and processes
  • Campaign for social sciences: making the case series (highlights impactful social science research)
  • Communicating your research with social media (book)
  • Queen Mary University: Impact Toolkit part 3 (PDF)
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