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Research and analysis

Research and analysis

Equality and Status of Women 2016

Career development perspective of UK researcher-business interactions. Depicting a landscape that is evolving and possibly on the point of step change

HR strategies for researchers: a review of the HR Excellence in Research Award implementation activities across Europe. Improvements in the management of researchers across Europe

Impact Framework 2012: Revisiting the Rugby Team Impact Framework. Drivers for measuring impact and evidence examples

UK experience surveys

UK experience surveys

Careers in Research Online Survey: 2015 UK aggregate results. 8964 research staff from 72 institutions responded, a response rate of 28%

Principal Investigators and Research Leaders Survey: 2015 UK aggregate results. Analysis of 4316 responses from research leaders in 55 institutions, representing a response rate of 25%

Related:

PRES 2013: results from the Postgraduate Research Experience Survey

PTES 2013: findings from the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey

What do researchers do?

What do researchers do?

Our series of research publications exploring how highly-skilled doctoral graduates contribute to UK society, culture and economy.

Latest report in the series:

What do research staff do next? 2016 Explores for the first time the career paths of research staff (postdoctoral researcher, research fellow, etc.) who left research posts in European universities or research institutes to work in other occupations and employment sectors

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Concordat to support the career development of researchers

Concordat to support the career development of researchers

An agreement between the funders and employers of researcher in the UK

Concordat discussion paper 2016 for the first time the career paths of research staff (postdoctoral researcher, research fellow, etc.) who left research posts in European universities or research institutes to work in other occupations and employment sectors

Progress in implementing the Concordat principles 2014

Working with researchers

Working with researchers

Exploring the turning points in researchers’ lives. An approach to careers work called three scene storyboarding

Straight talking: the role of non-specialist advice and networking in career conversations for researchers. How researchers use their social capital to elicit careers advice

Handbook of social media for researchers and supervisors. To help researchers and their supervisors to adopt social media tools to benefit their research

Coaching for research in UK higher education institutions a review. Examines the potential of coaching to support researcher performance and development

Understanding research staff associations and their impact, UKRSA 2011. Views from 25 research staff associations