How to influence policy and practice with open research

What the event covered

The world we live in is facing enormous challenges such as social mobility, poverty, public health, climate change, or social and regional disparities. Public policies that seek to address these challenges can only work if the choices made by decision-makers are informed by the best available evidence.

Research is indispensable to policymaking as it can produce good evidence to inform local, national, and international policy that, in turn, has the potential to transform lives for the better.

In this webinar, our experts discussed key steps researchers can take to ensure their work has an impact on public policy and showcase real success stories.

The webinar uncovered how to:

  • Get policymakers to engage with your work

  • Tell the full story of your research through non-traditional article types         

  • Lend credibility to your findings with open data

This webinar is perfect for researchers across all subject areas and will provide guidance for attendees on how to best prepare and communicate open research for policy influence.

About the speakers

Diksha Awasthi focuses on nurturing partnerships and providing author support within India region. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Diksha worked as a Fulbright Scholar and teaching assistant at University of Utah. She has over 4 years of experience working in the education sector.

Amy Milligan is an Associate Publisher at F1000 with extensive experience working in higher education and scholarly publishing. She holds a BA in History from University of California, Berkeley, and a doctorate in Modern History from the University of Oxford.

Callum Scott focuses on Sustainability and Earth Science, and tries to support research communities around the world to ensure they have a platform for their work throughout the different stages of their research, so that their work can have an impact as soon as possible. Callum is also active in academia, writing publications and teaching at the University of York.

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Date

Location

Online

Tags

open research

The speakers

Diksha Awasthi

Business Liaison Manager, Open Research at Taylor & Francis

Amy Milligan

Associate Publisher at F1000

Callum Scott

Content Acquisition Editor at F1000

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