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Clare Wilkinson
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Emma Weitkamp

al. , 2010 ) and the United Kingdom, whilst long-standing academic conventions, like assessment of journal impact factors and citation counts, have been used as measures of the impact of research on the academic community for many years. From a research communication perspective a broadening of the concept of impact is bringing renewed emphasis to ways that researchers might apply, bridge and integrate their work across disciplines, as well as communicate to non-academics and organisations the lessons and knowledge they have generated (Bastow et al

in Creative research communication