Is this course right for me?
Target Audience: Researchers, KE Staff, ECRs, research directors, directors of impact.
How can my research influence public policy? What makes for impactful research? Does the government listen to academics? How should I choose what issues to address or find out where to get started? How does policy work in Scotland.
Researchers have an opportunity to influence the world of government policy in a number of ways but it is not always obvious how to get going. This session will offer a few suggestions on how to achieve change in the world of public policy, and how research and policy interact in ways that are both impactful and interesting.
The discussion will be led by Nick Bibby, director of the Scottish Policy & Research Exchange.
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Delivered By: Nick Bibby, Director, Scottish Policy & Research Exchange (www.spre.scot)