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A cup of tea with Dilshani Dissanayake

On Thursday 27th of April in the penultimate episode of the R2A webinar series, Dilshani Dissanayake a member of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Colombo shared her experiences of participating in writing clubs and communicating medical research. Dilshani spoke about her participation in the AuthorAID programme, run by INASP, which focuses on peer to peer mentoring to improve science communications and research promotion.

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A cup of tea with Dilshani Dissanayake

  1. 1. Episode 4 ‘A cup of tea with….’ AuthorAID Programme run by INASP
  2. 2. House keeping • 5 minute introduction by Siân Harris, INASP • 15 minute discussion with Dilshani Dissanayake of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka • 10 minute Q&A with the audience • When you have a question please type it into the question box and we will share it with the panel and participants. • If you do not have a chance to ask your question please send it in via email or social media using the hashtag #R2AWebinar.
  3. 3. Poll What tactics have you found to be most successful in improving research communications? Online tools Mentoring Workshops Blended learning Not applicable
  4. 4. OUR MISSION To support individuals and institutions to produce, share and use research and knowledge, to transform lives. OUR VISION Research and knowledge at the heart of development
  5. 5. We work with publishers to make research available We support librarians/information staff to make research accessible We help researchers write and communicate their research We help policymakers use research & evidence to inform policy We help higher education students develop critical thinking skills We support institutions to support women within research systems
  6. 6. • Free online training in research and proposal writing (MOOCs of >1,000 participants) • Mentoring support (online database of >16,000 researchers worldwide) • Networking and collaboration • Embedding research and proposal writing within institutions (Four countries, 10 institutions) • Addressing gender inequalities in academic institutions
  7. 7. Writing clubs • Writing clubs since 2014: 4 • Mentors: 51 • (18 men; 33 women) • Mentees: 96 • (26 men; 70 women) • Publications so far: 10
  8. 8. Join us for the next webinar Episode 5) Thursday 25th May ‘Monitoring & Evaluation’ with John Young, ODI RAPID. SIGN UP HERE
  9. 9. Follow R2A on social media • Twitter @Research2Action • Facebook @Research2Action • Instagram @Research2Action • LinkedIn http://ow.ly/67Vg308bxP2 • Vimeo http://ow.ly/8v2N308bxTg

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On Thursday 27th of April in the penultimate episode of the R2A webinar series, Dilshani Dissanayake a member of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Colombo shared her experiences of participating in writing clubs and communicating medical research. Dilshani spoke about her participation in the AuthorAID programme, run by INASP, which focuses on peer to peer mentoring to improve science communications and research promotion.

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