Career First Aid

With COVID causing chaos it can be hard to actually “develop” your career during this time. But, that does not mean you should stop thinking about it. So, instead of development I suggest “first aid” doing small things that will keep you “alive” so you can take advantage of opportunities that arise when we start […]

Connect – Book Review

A great book to help people get started on LinkedIn. I’ve got a LinkedIn program for LinkedIn called “LinkedIn for Research Translation”. It’s based on this book Connect by Kylie Chown, and Jane Anderson. I recently reread it using James Clear’s 20 pages a day technique. I can highly recommend that, and I’ve talked about […]

Four Tips to Increase Citations and Industry Uptake of Your Work

Want to increase the citations of your work? Try: 1. Long descriptive titles. 2. Promoting it on social media. 3. Let the authors you cite know about your work. 4. Write multi-author papers. 5. Repeat! Transcript: I work a lot with academics, and I work a lot with academics trying to connect with industry. One […]

Social Media in Research and Why LinkedIn is Best

There are lots of social media options available these days. The popular ones being Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Academics have tended to use Twitter, but I think LinkedIn is better in many situations. Hi there! Today, I thought I’d take a closer look at a section from the Connect the Docs. The book that […]

Using Social Media to Translate Your Research

If you’re not on social media, you are not translating your research – it is as simple as that. But, being on social media doesn’t mean you are translating your research. There are so many scenarios and alternatives within each option it can be paralysing to even make a start!