Imagine putting months of work into an article to have it read by only 10 people. This is the situation in much of academia right now, where the influx of new material is making it increasingly difficult for academics to get their research out to the public and to policy-makers. What can academics do to get their work noticed? Noralou Roos, director of EvidenceNetwork.ca and professor at the Max Rady College of Medicine at the University of Manitoba, stopped by the podcast to offer some advice.
See Noralou Roos and Kathleen O’Grady’s Policy Options article « Linking academic research with the public and policy-makers » here.
Photo: Michael I. Norton, an Associate Professor of Business Administration in the Marketing Unit and Marvin Bower Fellow at the Harvard Business School, speaks at a TEDx event in Somerville in 2012. TEDx Somerville / Some rights reserved.