INGRAINED: Increasing GCH Research Activity In New and Experienced Doctors: A Knowledge Translation study

  • Brandenburg, Caitlin (Chief Investigator)
  • Mickan, Sharon (Project Roles)
  • Stehlik, Paulina (Project Roles)
  • Noble, Christy (Project Roles)
  • Liang, Rhea (Project Roles)
  • Keijzers, Gerben (Project Roles)
  • George, Shane (Project Roles)
  • Hughes, Ian Paul (Project Roles)
  • Dungey, Kelly (Project Roles)
  • Wenke, Rachel J (Project Roles)
  • Wellwood, Jeremy (Project Roles)

Project: Research

Project Details


2019 Gold Coast Health Collaborative Research Grant Scheme $80,000 AUD

Plain Language description

This multiphase study, funded by the Gold Coast Health Collaborative Research Grant Scheme, takes a Knowledge Translation approach to increasing local research capacity in medical doctors. Phase 1 included a survey and audit of research activity. Phase 2 includes a scoping review of potential strategies, and a Nominal Group Technique approach to prioritising them. Phase 3 will involve implementation and qualitative and quantitative evaluation.
Effective start/end date31/01/1931/12/22


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