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Research Committees

To stimulate a research culture and to better support research in the Faculty a new research structure was developed, of which the Faculty Research Committee and its Subcommittees form the framework as follows —

Research Committee (RESCOM)

External Funders Sub-committee

Reporting and Marketing Sub-committee

Research Development Sub-committee

Research Forums Sub-committee

Advisory Sub-committee

 


Research Committee (RESCOM)

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External Funders Sub-committee

The purpose of the subcommittee is to liaise with external funders and assist with evaluation of applications.

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Reporting and Marketing Sub-committee

Reporting and marketing of relevant research news items and ensure adequate collection and marketing of output.  Responsibilities include the Faculty web, Faculty research web, Department of Higher Education and Training (DoHET), Faculty prizes and Research Newsletter.

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Research Development Sub-committee

To represent the Faculty at meetings, evaluate applications and present recommendations.  Responsibilities include the Senate Committee, Post-docs, Research Fellowships, NRF, RDP and Institutional and Faculty Research Themes.

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Research Forums Sub-committee

To design, plan and organise research meetings.  Responsibilities include Faculty Research Day, the PhD Students Forum and the Research Information Forum.

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Advisory Sub-committee

To plan, negotiate and develop research support services for the Faculty of Health Sciences to help improve volume, collaboration, and successful applications for funding and output.  Responsibilities of the Committee include training, evaluation, support and relevant services for:  Literature study; Data management; Scientific writing; Epidemiology and Bio-statistics; Language Editing; Grant and Research Report writing; Protocol development; and Research Ethics.

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