Impactful Research through Intervention Mapping
How can you make sure that your research has (the desired) impact on society? One of the possible answers to this question is to use the Intervention Mapping (IM) protocol. This protocol describes a six-step process, ranging from problem analysis to post-adaptation evaluation, to make sure that your research has a real-life impact.
When: 15 January 2020, 12:30-15:30
Where: Universiteitssingel (UNS) 40, Room 5.772
Registration: please register here
Balancing between theoretical autonomy and practical engagement
Join a workshop about practical issues and ethical concerns in community-engaged research by prof. dr. Tsjalling Swierstra.
Launch of the MPCER
The launch of the MPCER (Maastricht Platform for Community-Engaged Research) at Maastricht University will take place at Lumière Cinema on October 3, 2019. The event will take the form of two panel discussions, focusing on the importance of doing community-engaged research as well as on the challenges and hurdles that may come with it. The audience will be encouraged to actively participate in the discussions.read more