A science impact framework to measure impact beyond journal metrics

« Measuring the impact of public health science or research is important especially when it comes to health outcomes. Achieving the desired health outcomes take time and may be influenced by several contributors, making attribution of credit to any one entity or effort problematic. Here we offer a science impact framework (SIF) for tracing and linking public health science to events and/or actions with recognized impact beyond journal metrics. (…) »

Source > journals.plos.org, Mary D. Ari, John Iskander, John Araujo, Christine Casey, John Kools, Bin Chen, Robert Swain, Miriam Kelly, Tanja Popovic, 22 décembre 2020, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0244407