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OPEN INNOVATION IN SCIENCE
PRIORITY SETTING 2020-2023
Christiane Grill
Benjamin Missbach
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RESEARCH PRIORITY SETTING AT LBG
RESEARCH
GROUP
MENTAL HEALTH
RESEARCH
GROUP
TRAUMA LBI
DIGITAL HEALTH
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WHAT IS RESEARCH PRIORITY SETTING?
• = research agenda setting, resource allocation, rationing
• Any activities that inv...
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WHY RESEARCH PRIORITY SETTING?
• Blind spots in research:
 Misdirection to areas of low societal priority
 Not address...
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HOW DOES RESEARCH BENEFIT?
 Most effective use of scarce resources
 Meeting critical evidence gaps
 Facilitation of s...
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MAIN CHALLENGES
CHALLENGE #1: Identifying priority setting potential along research cycle
CHALLENGE #2: Priority setting...
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PRIORITY SETTING PROCESS
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PRIORITY SETTING OUTCOME
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WHAT DO WE OFFER?
• Variety of tools, methods, and support structures to identify, prioritize,
and achieve consensus on ...
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• Project mentoring before and during project submissions:
 “Consultation hours” (on demand webinars or offline consul...
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 Deepen expertise in priority setting methods
 Apply and test new methods
 Develop and apply structured guidance & m...
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TARGET GROUPS
INDIVIDUAL
RESEARCHERS
RESEARCH
ORGANISATIONS
OTHER
ORGANISATIONS
NEED PRIORITY
SETTING FOR GRANTS
WANT T...
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MENTORING &
GUIDANCE
EXPERTISE,
SKILLS & TOOLS
INFRASTRUCTURE
& NETWORK
OIS CENTER CRITERIA
PROJECT SELF-CHECK
PROJECT ...
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MENTORING &
GUIDANCE
EXPERTISE,
SKILLS & TOOLS
INFRASTRUCTURE
& NETWORK
OIS CENTER CRITERIA
PROJECT SELF-CHECK
PROJECT ...
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MENTORING &
GUIDANCE
EXPERTISE,
SKILLS & TOOLS
INFRASTRUCTURE
& NETWORK
OIS CENTER CRITERIA
PROJECT SELF-CHECK
PROJECT ...
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(EXPECTED) OUTCOMES
• Methodological expertise:
 2 new methods & 2 methods with in-depth expertise
• Well-established ...
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MILESTONES
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GET IN TOUCH!
Dr. Benjamin Missbach
Lead OIS Priority Setting
LBG Open Innovation in Science Center
benjamin.missbach@l...
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Priority setting program presentation v1.1

  1. 1. OPEN INNOVATION IN SCIENCE PRIORITY SETTING 2020-2023 Christiane Grill Benjamin Missbach
  2. 2. 2 RESEARCH PRIORITY SETTING AT LBG RESEARCH GROUP MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH GROUP TRAUMA LBI DIGITAL HEALTH
  3. 3. 3 WHAT IS RESEARCH PRIORITY SETTING? • = research agenda setting, resource allocation, rationing • Any activities that involve identifying and prioritizing research areas, topics, or questions of importance to stakeholders • Aim to gain consensus on where increased research efforts including collaboration, coordination and investment will have wide benefits to society
  4. 4. 4 WHY RESEARCH PRIORITY SETTING? • Blind spots in research:  Misdirection to areas of low societal priority  Not addressing needs of general public as key stakeholder  Mismatch of preferences
  5. 5. 5 HOW DOES RESEARCH BENEFIT?  Most effective use of scarce resources  Meeting critical evidence gaps  Facilitation of shared responsibility and accountability in implementing research agenda  Improvement of relevance and legitimacy of research  Bringing science and society closer together
  6. 6. 6 MAIN CHALLENGES CHALLENGE #1: Identifying priority setting potential along research cycle CHALLENGE #2: Priority setting granularity CHALLENGE #3: Facilitating research priorities
  7. 7. 7 PRIORITY SETTING PROCESS
  8. 8. 8 PRIORITY SETTING OUTCOME
  9. 9. 9 WHAT DO WE OFFER? • Variety of tools, methods, and support structures to identify, prioritize, and achieve consensus on research efforts:  Design of priority setting exercises throughout different research stages (What needs to be prioritized?)  Granularity assessment (How detailed do research priorities need to be?)  Project guidance and mentoring (How does priority setting need to be designed?)  Institutionalized project steering (How can priorities be sustainably integrated within research environments?)
  10. 10. 10 • Project mentoring before and during project submissions:  “Consultation hours” (on demand webinars or offline consultation)  Feedback service for project briefs  Tailor-made workplan co-created together with cooperation partner  Regular accompanying workshops and access to OIS Network • Infrastructure and network:  Materials and information repository  Priority setting portfolio WHAT IS OUR SERVICE?
  11. 11. 11  Deepen expertise in priority setting methods  Apply and test new methods  Develop and apply structured guidance & mentoring PROGRAM AIMS
  12. 12. 12 TARGET GROUPS INDIVIDUAL RESEARCHERS RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS OTHER ORGANISATIONS NEED PRIORITY SETTING FOR GRANTS WANT TO CREATE DIFFERENT KIND OF IMPACT WANT TO BE ACTIVE IN MISSION-ORIENTED RESEARCH & FUNDING WANT TO SET UP RESEARCH PROJECTS IN COLLABORATIVE WAY DON‘T HAVE THE CAPACITY & CAPABILITY DON‘T HAVE IN-HOUSE EXPERTISE DON‘T HAVE IN-HOUSE EXPERTISE AND DON‘T WANT TO BUILD IT WANT TO CHANGE PRIORITY SETTING APPROACH WANT TO INVOLVE VARIETY OF STAKEHOLDERS WANT TO CHANGE PRIORITY SETTING APPROACH
  13. 13. 13 MENTORING & GUIDANCE EXPERTISE, SKILLS & TOOLS INFRASTRUCTURE & NETWORK OIS CENTER CRITERIA PROJECT SELF-CHECK PROJECT MENTORING OS FRAMEWORK STRATEGIC NETWORK DISSEMINATION PORTFOLIO NEW METHODS DEEPEN EXISTING METHODS
  14. 14. 14 MENTORING & GUIDANCE EXPERTISE, SKILLS & TOOLS INFRASTRUCTURE & NETWORK OIS CENTER CRITERIA PROJECT SELF-CHECK PROJECT MENTORING OS FRAMEWORK STRATEGIC NETWORK DISSEMINATION PORTFOLIO NEW METHODS DEEPEN EXISTING METHODS
  15. 15. 15 MENTORING & GUIDANCE EXPERTISE, SKILLS & TOOLS INFRASTRUCTURE & NETWORK OIS CENTER CRITERIA PROJECT SELF-CHECK PROJECT MENTORING OS FRAMEWORK STRATEGIC NETWORK DISSEMINATION PORTFOLIO NEW METHODS DEEPEN EXISTING METHODS
  16. 16. 16 (EXPECTED) OUTCOMES • Methodological expertise:  2 new methods & 2 methods with in-depth expertise • Well-established guidance and mentoring process • IT Infrastructure - Open Innovation in Science Shop • Enriched priority setting portfolio • Extended OIS network
  17. 17. 17 MILESTONES
  18. 18. 18 GET IN TOUCH! Dr. Benjamin Missbach Lead OIS Priority Setting LBG Open Innovation in Science Center benjamin.missbach@lbg.ac.at ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8513-6382 Dr. Christiane Grill Project Manager LBG Open Innovation in Science Center christiane.grill@lbg.ac.at ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1334-4657

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