This webinar will use a highly successful case study to illustrate how knowledge mobilisation, communications and co-production can increase research impact.
Researchers want to know more about how to increase the impact of their work, but many are not sure how. To find out, please register for this second webinar in the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Behavioural Science and Evaluation (HPRU BSE) at the University of Bristol.
The webinar will use a case study of a highly successful knowledge mobilisation, communications and co-production project to illustrate how these activities have increased the impact of the research.
Guest speakers include a drugs worker, a communications expert, a researcher and a policymaker from Bristol Drugs Project, ARCWest, the University of Bristol and Public Health England respectively. They will discuss their experiences and reflect on how and why the project is having an impact to help stop the spread of hepatitis C and HIV amongst people who inject drugs.
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About the webinar series: ‘How you and your research can make a difference’.