In the interactive chart below, it is possible to use the Gear icon to view the different forms of Societal Impact for the clusters in the different research fields. The charts employ a colour scale. Yellow means that the topics occur relatively often in the selected channel.
Click on ⚙ and select particular clusters to examine the various possibilities.
The first dimension demonstrates the extent to which publications of the Dutch umcs are cited in guidelines. These guidelines often target the clinical practice, which is evident in the chart that highlights clinically applied and health sciences research.
The second dimension reveals which topics recur frequently in the news media. It is striking that the focus lies on the more fundamental research of the Dutch umcs. Prevention, lifestyle and mental health care are also common topics appearing regularly in the media.
The third dimension reveals which topics recur frequently in policy. Over the entire range of umc research, there are many topics that find their way into policy.