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AIRR | ANZCA Institutional Research Repository: Overview

This guide has been designed for ANZCA and FPM researchers utilising AIRR | ANZCA Institutional Research Repository.

What is AIRR

The ANZCA Institutional Research Repository (AIRR) has been developed to collect, preserve and promote the significant amount of important research published by college fellows and trainees.

AIRR is an institutional repository that identifies, captures, stores, and facilitates retrieval of the research and publication output of the college and the wider ANZCA community (such as non-funded fellows, trainees and staff) for the collaborative benefit of local and global clinicians, researchers and health educators. It is possible for fellows and trainees to register as a user, create a researcher profile and - once authorised - self-submit their research publications and outcomes. The repository provides a single point of access for current and comprehensive research outcomes and a portfolio for college researchers/authors on an international scale.

Features

  • 2 collections:
    • Scholarly and Clinical - ANZCA, FPM and CTN-related publications and outcomes
    • Corporate - ANZCA reports and professional documents
  • Researcher profiles - key researcher information, background information, publications, grants, links and photos [NEW]
  • ANZCA grants - full details of published ANZCA grants plus associated researchers and publications [NEW]
  • Persistent links for all content (both articles and author profiles) – for example: https://hdl.handle.net/11055/1160
  • Search and filter research outcomes by author, year, subject/keyword, etc
  • Recent submissions list
  • Content discoverable (harvested) by search engines such as Google and Trove

Benefits

  • Effectively communicate and disseminate research outcomes, especially published material (this will include dissemination via open access compliant systems such as Google)
  • Increased awareness of ANZCA research grants
  • Support the FPM research community
  • Build and encourage ANZCA’s research culture and strategy

Selection criteria framework

Content to be included in AIRR:

  • ANZCA and FPM Fellow research grants (publications and outcomes)
  • ANZCA and FPM Fellow publications (not related to research grants, eg. journal articles, theses, book chapters)
  • ANZCA and FPM trainee research (published and unpublished)
  • ASM abstracts and presentations
  • ANZCA policy and background papers

A complete copy of the selection criteria framework can be found here:

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