Alex Rushforth
Alex Rushforth
Post doc, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford
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Evaluation practices and effects of indicator use—a literature review
S Rijcke, PF Wouters, AD Rushforth, TP Franssen, B Hammarfelt
Research Evaluation 25 (2), 161-169, 2016
The metric tide
P Wouters, M Thelwall, K Kousha, L Waltman, S de Rijcke, A Rushforth, ...
Literature review. Supplementary report I to the independent review of the …, 2015
Accounting for impact? The journal impact factor and the making of biomedical research in the Netherlands
A Rushforth, S de Rijcke
Minerva 53 (2), 117-139, 2015
Quantified academic selves: the gamification of research through social networking services
B Hammarfelt, S de Rijcke, AD Rushforth
Information Research 21 (2), 2016
Indicators as judgment devices: An empirical study of citizen bibliometrics in research evaluation
B Hammarfelt, AD Rushforth
Research Evaluation, 2017
To intervene or not to intervene; is that the question? On the role of scientometrics in research evaluation
S de Rijcke, A Rushforth
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 66 (9 …, 2015
Portfolios of worth: Capitalizing on basic and clinical problems in biomedical research groups
A Rushforth, T Franssen, S de Rijcke
Science, Technology, & Human Values 44 (2), 209-236, 2019
Maximising value from a United Kingdom biomedical research centre: study protocol
T Greenhalgh, PV Ovseiko, N Fahy, S Shaw, P Kerr, AD Rushforth, ...
Health Research Policy and Systems 15 (1), 70, 2017
The metric tide: Correlation analysis of REF2014 scores and metrics (Supplementary Report II to the Independent Review of the Role of Metrics in Research Assessment and Management)
P Wouters, M Thelwall, K Kousha, L Waltman, S de Rijcke, A Rushforth, ...
London: Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), 2015
Open data: The researcher perspective
S Berghmans, H Cousijn, G Deakin, I Meijer, A Mulligan, A Plume, RS De, ...
CWTS/Elsevier/Universiteit Leiden, 2017
Quality monitoring in transition: The challenge of evaluating translational research programs in academic biomedicine
AD Rushforth, S de Rijcke
Science and Public Policy 4 (1), 513-523, 2017
Open Data: the researcher perspective-survey and case studies
S Berghmans, H Cousijn, G Deakin, I Meijer, A Mulligan, A Plume, ...
Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx. doi. org/10.17632/bwrnfb4bvh 1, 2017
What’s in a slogan? Translational science and the rhetorical work of cancer researchers in a UK university
A Rushforth
Nordic Journal of Science and Technology Studies 4 (1), 32-42, 2016
Meeting pragmatism halfway: making a pragmatic clinical trial protocol
A Rushforth
Sociology of health & illness 37 (8), 1285-1298, 2015
Temporality in Academic Evaluation: ‘Trajectoral Thinking’ in the Assessment of Biomedical Researchers
B Hammarfelt, A Rushforth, S de Rijcke
Valuation Studies, 2020
How does undone science get funded? A bibliometric analysis linking rare diseases publications to national and European funding sources
A Rushforth, A Yegros-Yegros, P Mongeon, T van Leeuwen
arXiv preprint arXiv:1802.05945, 2018
All or nothing? Debating the role of evaluative bibliometrics in the research system
AD Rushforth
Research Evaluation 25 (2), 230-231, 2016
Personalized Medicine, Disruptive Innovation, and “Trailblazer” Guidelines: Case Study and Theorization of an Unsuccessful Change Effort
A Rushforth, T Greenhalgh
The Milbank Quarterly, 2020
The reward system of science
A Paul-Hus, N Desrochers, S De Rijcke, AD Rushforth
Aslib Journal of Information Management, 2017
Indicators as judgment devices: Citizen bibliometrics in biomedicine and economics
B Hammarfelt, AD Rushforth
arXiv preprint arXiv:1609.04931, 2016
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