Learn about using metrics for research and grant writing
FRASER Coast health professionals will have another opportunity to enhance their skills locally at University of Southern Queensland Fraser Coast on Tuesday, March 31.
USQ senior nursing lecturer Julie Martyn said Amberyn Thomas will present next week's workshop hosted by the Fraser Coast Health Professionals Local Education and Research Nexus.
She said titled Research Metrics, the session would focus on using metrics for research and grant writing and topics included tracking citation metrics, measuring research performance, tools and why metrics mattered.
Ms Martyn said Dr Thomas joined the University of Queensland library in 2008 and was currently the scholarly communication and digitisation services director.
"Amberyn has been immersed in tertiary education for more than 27 years in roles including post-graduate student, lecturer and business development manager," she said.
"She has worked in research administration within the office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (research) at UQ and was involved in grants administration and initiatives that evaluate research quality.
"A current focus of her work is the provision of advice and services to academics in areas such as metrics, research data management and scholarly publishing."
Registration for the workshop can be completed online.
Registered participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
Members of the public are also welcome.
- What: Research Metrics Workshop
- Where: USQ Fraser Coast, 161 Old Maryborough Rd, Hervey Bay
- When: 5.15pm to 7.15pm, Tuesday March 31
- Cost: $35 general registration, $10 undergraduate student