Ideas for describing the value of your work when you're applying for a grant, job, or promotion. Details on each provided below.
Review the Becker Model for Assessment of Research Impact for ideas.
✽ List of indicators to document evidence of biomedical research impact.
✽ Framework to help you decide what information to collect on an ongoing basis.
✽ Examples include:
Generate your author profile in Scopus.
Your author profile contains:
Conduct a Cited Reference Search (Cited Reference Searching Guide)
✽ Use the "Analyze Results" function in Scopus or Web of Science to look for trends within the articles that have cited yours. [Scopus example shown below.]
✽ Use the Google Scholar "Cited By" link to find scholarly articles, book chapters, and "grey literature" that have cited one of your articles.
Credit for many of these ideas is owed to the Washington University Becker Medical Library's publication "Enhancing Your Impact."