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Developing GenV’s Research Methodologies: Brainstorming Sessions and Survey 2018

  • Authors

    Sarah Davies1,2, Lauren Davenport1,2, Karen Lamb3Melissa Wake1,2

  • Affiliation

    1 – Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Royal Children’s Hospital, Parkville, Victoria, Australia
    2 – Department of Paediatrics, The University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia
    3 – Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, The University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia

  • PUBLICATION DATE

    July 2020

  • SERIES NUMBER

    2020-03

  • ABSTRACT

    GenV moved into its conceptualising phase in early 2018, ahead of the Cohort 2020s recruitment in 2021-22. To inform GenV’s development, the Solutions Hub assembled seven Research Methodology Brainstorming Sessions through March-May 2018 followed by a survey to prioritise the unique ideas generated. This rapid process aimed to identify high-priority research methodologic features sufficiently early for GenV to enable them during its design development. Many of the prioritised ideas have since been taken forward by GenV Method Core and Focus Area Working Groups. Others have emerged, reflecting broader input since the initial sessions.  Overall, this activity kick-started significant value to the research and translational impacts of GenV.

  • KEYWORDS

    Research methodology, Brainstorming sessions; Survey

  • CITATION

    Davies S, Davenport L, Lamb K, Wake M (2020). Developing GenV’s Research Methodologies: Brainstorming Sessions and Survey 2018. Generation Victoria Working Paper 2020-03. doi: 10.25374/MCRI.8234006

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