Professor Trish Greenhalgh's ScHARR Pemberton Lecture
On Tuesday 9th September 2014, Professor Trish Greenhalgh delivered the fourth ScHARR Pemberton Lecture: "Research Impact: defining it, measuring it, maximising it, and questioning it".
As the first 'Dean for Research Impact’ appointed by a UK higher education institution, Professor Greenhalgh summarised prevailing national and international debates about what research impact is; how it should be measured; how to balance the potentially conflicting agendas of ‘economic’ and ’societal’ impact; and how to build capacity at all levels for delivering on both these agendas.'
To view a recording of the lecture, click here to visit the ScHARR youtube channel, or watch via the embedded video below.
To learn more about ScHARR's Pemberton Lecture series, click here.
A selection of photos from the evening can be viewed on the ScHARR Facebook page here.