Reporting in Researchfish
EFSD is using Researchfish, an online questionnaire system used by many funders, to collect information on the outcomes of EFSD funded research, such as publications, further funding and collaborations. It is crucial for EFSD to track the research outcomes from our funding programmes so we can evaluate and demonstrate impact and benefits of funding research and communicate these to supporters to secure future funding.
EFSD will ask the principal investigators of EFSD awards made 2014 or later (except for Albert Renold Travel Fellowships) to submit information on their research outcomes in Researchfish annually during the period of the award and for up to five years after the award has terminated to gain a realistic view of what has been achieved and leveraged through the funding.
You will receive a notification from EFSD and Researchfish if you are asked to report through this means. Please note that reporting to Researchfish does not replace the obligatory interim (if applicable) and final reports to EFSD. There is currently no obligation for EFSD award recipients to report to Researchfish, but we kindly ask every awardee who is contacted by Researchfish to participate as this is essential for EFSD to secure funding for diabetes research in the future.