As part of their professional development, our Research Communications and Translation team attended a series of research impact workshops in late April, hosted by Dr Tamika Heiden of the Research Impact Academy. The sessions focused on how to create, capture...
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The ISCRR Research Impact Showcase hybrid event was held on Thursday 9th February 2023. It was a great success with close to 200 attendees joining us either in person or via live stream. The event commenced with opening addresses by...
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The ISCRR Research Impact Showcase (IRIS) is set to be held on Thursday 9th February 2023. It will be a celebration of ISCRR’s research impact successes and a discussion of evidence informing policy and decision making. IRIS will feature both...
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In September, ISCRR launched a new research impact section on our website to house future research impact stories. Each story is a living document that will be updated as new impact data is captured. The first research impact story details...
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On August 30th 2022, Dr Jimmy Twin (Research Translation and Communications Manager, ISCRR), shared ISCRR’s learnings and process for the developing research impact stories, which are publicly available short summaries of identified impacts and future potential impacts. A recording of...
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On June 30 2022, ISCRR director Samantha Barker presented an overview of Improving outcomes for long-term injured workers. Sam presented key finding from the past 13 years about long-term injured worker experiences and how they can be better supported. Our...
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By Dr Petra Bywood, ISCRR Senior Research Officer (retired). Decisions! Decisions! We make them multiple times a day, every day, and in many different situations – at work, at home, and in public or social settings. What shall I wear...
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On March 10 2022, ISCRR Research Officer Amanda Moo was joined by Zoe Black, co-founder and CEO of Happy Paws Happy Hearts, to discuss the benefits of Social Prescribing for injured workers. Our most recent webinar was held on April...
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Dinosaur miscommunication

By Blaire Dobiecki, ISCRR Research Communications Officer. I was once giving a presentation on the relationship between the tooth form and dietary preference of dinosaurs. I had an artist’s depiction of the teeth of a Mamenchisaurus, a herbivorous long-necked dinosaur...
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By Dr Jimmy Twin, ISCRR Research Communications and Translation Manager. Why is research impact important? No matter the discipline, research is carried out to achieve some form of positive impact. This impact varies according to why the research is needed...
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