SEP self-assessment

QRiH adheres closely to the SEP protocol, with one exception: the self-assessment takes the form of a narrative in which research efforts and results, including its societal impact, can be described in relation to one another. 

The qualitative and quantitative indicators are defined and elaborated below. The indicators are divided into authorised indicators (as determined by the panels) and reasoned indicators (explanations and  rationale provided by the authors of the self-assessment). See the Manual (PDF) for details about the narrative form of the self-assessment report. Look under ‘Tools’ for more information about the structure of the self-assessmentssment. Further details can be found in the document Format for self-assessment reports (PDF). Be sure to read through the examples


SEP indicators:

Products for Peers Societal products Use by peers Societal use Recognition by peers Societal recognition