We are pleased to announce the fourth regional Research and Innovation Impact Assessment course.

Location
Calgary Marriott Downtown Hotel
110 9 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 5A6

Optimizing impact through evidence
Participant benefits: your business case to attend the 2018 Research and Innovation Impact Assessment course.

The course is designed to increase participants’ competitive advantage through:

  • Advance knowledge about RIIA frameworks, tools and approaches used in this emerging and specialized discipline
  • “Skilling up” in an area of increasingly high demand
  • Provide access to RIIA resources, decision support tools and a course workbook that reflect evidence-based practices and practice-based evidence
  • Facilitate collaborations and networks that connect participants to a local and international community of RIIA practitioners
Register now for the Research and Innovation Impact Assessment course. June 5 – 7, 2018

Register now by selecting the image above or this Eventbrite link.

Preliminary Program

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Meet the faculty

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Background

The course (formally the Training Course on Health Research Impact Assessment hosted by Alberta Innovates – Health Solutions, AIHS) is a local affiliate of the International School on Research Impact Assessment (ISRIA) that was co-founded by Dr. Kathryn Graham of Alberta Innovates and has been designed to focus more exclusively on the development and implementation of RIIA within the regional context.

Establishment of the federal ministry of Innovation, Science and Economic Development is creating exciting times for the research and innovation impact agenda in Canada. This action signifies a renewed focus on performance measurement and evidence-informed decision making in Canada. Alberta Innovates (AI) is working with our partners throughout government, academic institutions, non-profit organizations, industry and the health research and innovation system locally, nationally and internationally to measure and report on impacts created through our collaborative efforts. It is an opportune time for a practical training course on how to assess the impact of research and innovation, one that incorporates both performance measurement and evaluation teachings.

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or more information contact pme@albertainnovates.ca.