Evaluating medical research - why bother?

Wooding, Steven (2011). Evaluating medical research - why bother?. In: Perspectives on Metrics-Based Research Evaluation - Two Years On, The University of Queensland, (). 16-17 May 2011.

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Author Wooding, Steven
Title of paper Evaluating medical research - why bother?
Conference name Perspectives on Metrics-Based Research Evaluation - Two Years On
Conference location The University of Queensland
Conference dates 16-17 May 2011
Convener Thomson Reuters & The University of Queensland
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Oral presentation
Abstract/Summary Steven Wooding will talk about the importance of evaluating the outcomes of medical research - the different roles evaluation can play: advocacy, accountability and analysis; alongside the challenges of understanding a process that may take 20 years to develop to fruition. He will discuss a number of recent studies he has been involved in including Project Retrosight - a three country, 29 case study evaluation of biomedical research in cardiovascular medicine over 15-20 years; the RAISS tool - a questionnaire that has an average completion time of under an hour yet collects information on 250 distinct impacts of biomedical research and 'What's it worth?' a study that came up with a number for the economic impact of medical research investment
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