Kathryn A. Oliver
Are research-policy engagement activities informed by policy theory and evidence? 7 challenges to the UK impact agenda
This article seek to answer the question - in what should we invest if we seek to maximise the impact of research?
Exploring participant experiences: a survey on the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on NDIS, allied healthcare services and consumer experiences transitioning to telehealth
This report contains the finding of a national survey to investigate the experiences of NDIS participants, or their family members/carers, when accessing allied healthcare supports during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beware the well-intentioned advice of unusually successful academics
There is a wealth of advice and ‘how to’ guides available to academics on the subject of how research can have an impact on policy and practice. In this post, Kathryn Oliver and Paul Cairney assess the value of this literature.