Register now for the STM Association – Publication Impact Seminar

Register now for the STM Association – Publication Impact Seminar

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The importance of impact for researchers and for publications is perhaps the biggest current topic within scholarly publishing. It demands that publishers make difficult decisions, the answers to which are not always obvious. This special seminar will explore the ramifications of publication impact. We know that researchers write for other researchers but what other players in the scholarly community can also help our authors? What do funders mean and require when they expect us to reach out to these companies? What are publishers doing and how can we build on these initiatives? What metrics will enable us, the research community, and indeed funders themselves to judge whether impact is actually being achieved? Is the progress of knowledge being impeded by these new emphases, and, if so, what should we be advocating as stakeholders in the research process.

This seminar programme is not just about getting research results disseminated to all other researchers who might benefit, but also how the research itself can be translated for professionals, industrial researchers, policy formers and the general public.

Join STM and a stellar line-up of speakers for a deep-dive into the world of publication impact:

  • David Worlock, Digital Strategy Advisor and Consultant and co-chair of the Outsell Leadership Programme
  • Stephane Berghmans, VP for Academic & Research Relations, European Union, Elsevier
  • Kevin Dolby, Evaluation Advisor – Insight & Analysis, Wellcome Trust
  • David Nicholas, Director, CIBER Research
  • Charlie Rapple, co-founder and marketing director, Kudos
  • Fiona Murphy, senior associate, Murphy Mitchell
  • Richard Gedye, Director of Outreach Programmes, STM Association
  • David Payne, British Medical Journal
  • Elena Pallari, Guy’s Hospital
  • Damian Pattinson, Editorial Director, PLOS ONE
  • Joe McEntee, Head of Publishing, Journalism & Education, IOP Publishing
  • Jenny Neophytou, Bibliometrics Manager, Wiley
  • Mike Taylor, Research Specialist, Elsevier Labs
  • Lorraine Ellery, Director Business Development HighWire Press
  • Inez van Korlaar, Director of Product Strategy, Research Applications and Platforms, Elsevier
  • Jane Tinkler, Head of Social Science, Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology & Research Associate, LSE Public Policy Group

Date: 19th November 2015
Location: The Hatton, 51-53 Hatton Gardens, London, EC1N 8HN

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