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Evans, Linda – Journal of Research Administration, 2011
Located within the recently emerged field of researcher development, this article represents an attempt to make a key theoretical contribution to its knowledge base through a conceptual analysis. It presents as propositional knowledge an original theoretical model of the componential structure of researcher development, as interpreted and defined…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Researchers, Professional Development, Intellectual Development
Axman, Linnea; Boren, Denise – Journal of Research Administration, 2010
This text is the foundation from which a distinguished lecture was developed focusing on the necessity for research in healthcare carried out with attention to issues of integrity, the hallmark of all commendable research. A cautionary historical review of research misconduct and related topics is provided. Research within a cultural context and…
Descriptors: Scientific Research, Integrity, History, Antisocial Behavior
Perkins, Mary; Bauld, Linda; Langley, David – Journal of Research Administration, 2010
The Department of Health in England released a new health research strategy in 2006 with far-reaching implications for both health research and research management. The explicit policy shift is towards centres of excellence and away from historical block allocations of funding to National Health Service (NHS) healthcare organisations--with these…
Descriptors: Health Services, Research Administration, Foreign Countries, Grants
Makhema, Joseph – Journal of Research Administration, 2010
The closing keynote address given by Dr. Joseph Makhema highlights the important issues that need to be understood in international research collaborations. Dr. Makhema uses his extensive experience in international research collaborations to illustrate the various challenges that collaborating partners in international research may face. He…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Medical Schools, Global Approach, International Cooperation
Carter, Ian M. – Journal of Research Administration, 2007
Recognising the existence of customer-supplier roles and relationships in the performance of research can lead to an improvement in the management, and hence delivery, of research. Research, especially university-based research, is often managed with a light touch, with the researchers operating independently, and neither their institution nor…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Role, Relationship, Administrator Role
Gallicchio, Vincent S. – Journal of Research Administration, 2007
The world continues to change rapidly and globalization is fostering common social, economic, and political agreements among countries. Agreements by governments have created opportunities to enhance educational and research endeavors that, by design, will remove barriers that previously have limited the flow of students, educators, researchers,…
Descriptors: International Educational Exchange, International Programs, Program Administration, Global Approach
Balaji, Rengarajan V.; Knisely, Christine; Blazyk, Jack – Journal of Research Administration, 2007
The Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2005 created an innovative competitive grant program aimed at stimulating faculty to submit more and better NIH research proposals, thereby increasing the probability of success. In this internal competition, three experienced external reviewers critique each proposal and assign a priority…
Descriptors: Grants, Competition, Medicine, Research Proposals
Gist, Peter; Langley, David – Journal of Research Administration, 2007
PRINCE2, which stands for Projects in Controlled Environments, is a project management method covering the organisation, management, and control of projects and is widely used in both government and commercial IT and building projects in the UK. This paper describes the application of PRINCE2 to the management of large clinical trials…
Descriptors: Program Administration, Methods, Research Administration, Cost Effectiveness