LEARNING PROGRAMS

Research has the power to impact the world and shape all of our lives, whether by influencing political decisions, changing public opinion, or revolutionizing practices in healthcare.

Our How Researchers Changed the World podcast tells the stories of researchers who are changing the world: but how did their research make such an impact?

You can find out by signing up to one of our free learning programs:

Early-career learning program

The complete guide to getting your research published and establishing your research profile.

Mid-career learning program

The go-to guide for managing mid-career challenges, boosting the impact of your published work, and enhancing your research profile.

We’ve worked with global research publisher Taylor & Francis Group to develop two 12-week learning programs to help you discover how your research can change the world too.

When you sign up to one of our learning programs you’ll receive one chapter by email each week. Each chapter covers a key aspect of publishing your research, from choosing the right keywords to mastering the peer review process, to boosting your personal profile after publication. 

By the end of the 12 weeks you’ll have an indispensable guide that you can refer back to, helping you to boost the impact of your published work and supercharge your research career.

Not sure which course is right for you?

We know that different stages of your research career bring with them different challenges, which is why we developed two learning programs.

  • Are you an early-career researcher embarking on your first article?
  • Or are the mid-career challenges of juggling competing pressures more of a pressing concern?

Find out more about what each program covers and work out which one can best help supercharge your research career:

Early-career learning program

The complete guide to getting your research published and establishing your research profile.

Mid-career learning program

The go-to guide for managing mid-career challenges, boosting the impact of your published work, and enhancing your research profile.

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