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You have invested your time and expertise in conducting research and now it is time to communicate your findings. Some key drives for sharing your findings include:

  • Transferring critical knowledge from researchers to the healthcare community.
  • Promoting transparency and research integrity in the healthcare community, reducing the potential for bias or misconduct.
  • Serving as a catalyst for innovation and progress, where others can build upon and refine existing research.
  • Sharing healthcare research findings with the public enhances health literacy and engages communities in healthcare discussions.
  • Promoting yourself to your peers and opportunity for recognition and advancement. 

This guide will focus on some key principles of visualising research output, and recommend the tools to do it. Explore the tabs at the top of this guide for information on visualising graphical data, conference presentations and social media, so that you can achieve bigger research impact!

            Source: How to boost the impact of scientific conferences by M Morrison, K Merlo & Z Woessner.

Basic Design Principles

Monash Health Identity Hub

  • Monash Health logos, templates, brand kit and guidelines on how to use them are available to download.

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Monash Health Image Library

  • Monash Health images and selected logos are available to download. You must first register and receive approval to access the gallery.

Webinars and Group Training

Monash Health Library provides regular webinars and group training on evidence-based practice. Training related to communicating research findings includes:

  • Visual design for beginners: Canva workshop
  • Communicating research findings: Conference posters and visual abstracts

Browse the Library Calendar

Can’t attend our live webinars?

  • The library has a selection of recorded webinars available in Latte.
  • Consider requesting group training for your team at a time that suits you. 

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