Vitae strategy is developed by a national steering group which takes advice from local groups based around eight hubs.

The University of Greenwich is part of the London Hub, based at Kings College London, but also works with the South East Hub based at the University of Sussex. Vitae provide a range of resources and advice for both researchers and their organisations to help in the development of initiatives to support early career researchers, resources the University of Greenwich draws upon to develop our own programme of support.

You can access the resources of Vitae via their website. From their site you can view details of the Concordat, as well as Vitae's Researcher Development Framework. Please also see Vitae's 'The engaging researcher' booklet which offers practical tips on the benefits of public engagement.

Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers

The concordat is a set of principles that underpin support for researchers, championed by Vitae, which is a national organisation funded by RCUK to provide support for doctoral research students and researchers. Vitae is the organisation that developed and oversees the Researcher Development Framework.
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Researcher Development Framework (RDF)

Provides details on how the University of Greenwich is applying these principles and resources to support our own researchers