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Your researcher identity is not the same thing as your personal identity.
Your researcher identity is made up of a number of elements that together represent you as a researcher, your publication outputs, and the impact of your publications.
These elements include:
You can use your researcher identity to promote the visibility and the academic and social impact of your work.
We recommend that you check your researcher identity, make any necessary adjustments, and then make a habit of keeping your researcher identity up to date.
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Last updated on Monday 30 March 2020
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