Collecting outcome and impact data through Researchfish
The next Researchfish submission window will open on the 3 February, 2020 and close on the 12 March, 2020.
We use Researchfish to capture the outcomes and impacts of the research we fund. The data we collect through Researchfish will allow us to understand and communicate the difference that our funded research is making to the understanding of age-related diseases and frailty and the health and well-being of older people.
What is Researchfish?
To find out more please visit the Researchfish website.
What will I need to do?
We will continue to ask for data to be submitted via Researchfish for 3 years after your project has ended.
Which outcomes and impacts are captured?
When can I input data to Researchfish?
The next submission period is highlighted at the top of this page.
Will I still need to provide the Trust with progress and final reports?
PIs will also need to complete a final report after their grant has ended to report particularly on the success or otherwise in answering the research questions they set out to answer. Any outcomes (publications etc) arising from the funded research will need to be reported via Researchfish.
Is reporting through Researchfish mandatory?
How will the Trust use the data?
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