This 4-day workshop, co-delivered by leading researchers from the UK and Indonesia, will bring together a multidisciplinary group of Indonesian mental health early career researchers (ECR) focused on enhancing writing for publication in high impact journals. Following the workshop, we will offer sustained mentoring for 6-12 months. Compared to the size of the economy and population of Indonesia there’s a substantial gap between actual and potential research output.
The proposed 4 day workshop builds on existing relationships with Indonesia and aims to strengthen three key bottlenecks in Indonesia’s research ecosystem, by i) increasing R&D opportunities and researcher career development by enhancing the competitiveness of ECR research funding applications (ii) increasing the quality of research outputs by strengthening ECR skills in writing high-impact publications and iii) increasing research impact by developing ECR skills in knowledge mobilisation.
Workshop Team: Professor Karina Lovell, University of Manchester; Dr Herni Susanti, University of Indonesia; Dr Helen Brooks, University of Liverpool; Professor Penny Bee, University of Manchester; Professor Budi-Anna Keliat, University of Indonesia; Dr Irmansyah Irmansyah, National Institute of Health Research and Development