39 Matching Annotations
  1. Jul 2020
  2. Jun 2020
    1. Simpson, C. R., Thomas, B. D., Challen, K., De Angelis, D., Fragaszy, E., Goodacre, S., Hayward, A., Lim, W. S., Rubin, G. J., Semple, M. G., & Knight, M. (2020). The UK hibernated pandemic influenza research portfolio: Triggered for COVID-19. The Lancet Infectious Diseases, S1473309920303984. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1473-3099(20)30398-4

  3. May 2020
  4. Jul 2019
  5. Dec 2018
    1. The large majority of researchers accepted my invitation to connectwith practitioners.

      Large majority of researchers are willing to have a chat with a practitioner, without getting paid. Knowing the researcher directly/indirectly helps, no A/B test

    1. Overall, however, these data showhow practitionersare often nottime-sensitive when interacting with res

      Practitioners are not in a hurry when looking to talk to researchers

    1. As shown below, most of the 37 practitioners that reached out were facing a mome

      Mindset of practitioners looking to be matche

  6. www.r4impact.org www.r4impact.org
    1. Afterwards I followed up with practitionersand asked if the conversation provided useful information addressing their cu

      How to ask if the consultation session was useful

    2. One way to reduce the impact of status differentials is to communicate each individual’s expertise to the entire group upfron

      How to get people to share their expertise in a group

  7. Nov 2017
  8. Feb 2016
    1. Educators

      Just got to think about our roles, in view of annotation. Using “curation” as a term for collecting URLs sounds like usurping the title of “curator”. But there’s something to be said about the role involved. From the whole “guide on the side” angle to the issue with finding appropriate resources based on a wealth of expertise.