UKRI consultation now open: How can we achieve Open Access to research publications?
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has announced a nine week consultation to inform their proposed Open Access policy.
Open Access aims to make the published findings of publicly-funded research freely available online as soon as possible, in ways that will maximise re-use. The consultation launched on 13 February 2020 and closes at noon on 17 April 2020.
The consultation is open to all individuals with an interest in research and innovation and we would encourage the NIHR stakeholder community to respond to this consultation.
The findings of the consultation will support the exploration of open access issues across the UK Government.
Participate here: https://www.ukri.org/funding/information-for-award-holders/open-access/open-access-review/
9 October 2020
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7 October 2020
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1 October 2020
Research by the University of York suggests that more standardised measurement of outcomes is needed to assess vision rehabilitation services.
29 September 2020
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4 August 2020
NIHR SSCR invites full proposals for research projects to address priorities for improving the evidence base for adult social care...
30 July 2020
NIHR SSCR invites applications to support individuals to develop their careers in adult social care research by 18 January 2021.
15 April 2020
Three full-time PhD studentships to start in January 2021 are available through NIHR SSCR for research relevant to adult social...