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# WIN Work in Progress (WIP) Meetings - Update 2021
# WIN Work in Progress (WIP) Meetings - Update Proposal 2021
*This is a pdf of a live document on GitLab. To view the live document, with embedded hyperlinks, please visit: [https://git.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/cassag/wip-update](https://git.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/cassag/wip-update)*
**Outline**
- [Context](#context)
- [Problem 1: Research theme representation](#problem-1-research-theme-representation)
- [Solution: Promoting the value of translational and clinical insight](#solution-promoting-the-value-of-translational-and-clinical-insight)
- [Solution: Local theme promotors](#solution-local-theme-promotors)
- [Solution: WIP triggers](#solution-wip-triggers)
- [Solution: Extended content](#solution-extended-content)
- [Problem 2: Booking administration and process knowledge](#problem-2-booking-administration-and-process-knowledge)
- [Solution: Calpendo for WIP and WIN Wednesday booking](#solution-calpendo-for-wip-and-win-wednesday-booking)
- [Solution: Intranet WIP guide](#solution-intranet-wip-guide)
- [What are we doing?](#what-are-we-doing)
- [How can you contribute?](#how-can-you-contribute)
- [Contact](#contact)
* [Context](#context)
* [Problem 1: Research theme representation](#problem-1-research-theme-representation)
* [Solution: Promoting the value of translational and clinical insight](#solution-promoting-the-value-of-translational-and-clinical-insight)
* [Solution: Local theme promotors](#solution-local-theme-promotors)
* [Solution: WIP triggers](#solution-wip-triggers)
* [Solution: Extended content](#solution-extended-content)
* [Problem 2: Booking administration and process knowledge](#problem-2-booking-administration-and-process-knowledge)
* [Solution: Calpendo for WIP and WIN Wednesday booking](#solution-calpendo-for-wip-and-win-wednesday-booking)
* [Solution: Intranet WIP guide](#solution-intranet-wip-guide)
* [What are we doing?](#what-are-we-doing)
* [How can you contribute?](#how-can-you-contribute)
* [Contact](#contact)
## Context
The Work in Progress (WIP) meetings are scheduled as part of the WIN Wednesday meetings that take place on Wednesdays 12:00 - 13:00. Everyone who is affiliated with the WIN is welcome to attend these meetings.
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![WIP 2019 presenters by theme](WIPS-2019-byTheme.png)
*Figure 1: Research themes of WIP presenters in 2019*
The impact of this uneven research theme distribution is multifactorial:
The impact of this uneven research theme distribution is multifactoral:
1. WIN members do not have an accessible opportunity to learn about the full breadth of research being conducted at WIN.
2. Physics and Analysis researchers do not have an open forum for feedback from applied researchers regarding the translational and clinical aspects of their work.
3. Physics and Analysis students do not have an equal opportunity to present their research to a broad audience.
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Calpendo can also be used to collate the required documentation and set deadlines for required documentation. For example, it may be beneficial to make it mandatory to upload some information (for example project title and abstract) at the point of booking. The file [booking-proces.md](booking-process.md) is being used to track the current logistics and communications around booking, and will be used to create a specification for the calpendo facility.
If required, calpendo may also make it easier to produce reports on historical WIP activity, to review the efficacy of any initiatives to improve uptake.
If required, calpendo may also make it easier to produce reports on historical WIP activity, to review the efficacy of any initiatives to improve uptake.
WIN Wednesday coordinators have also agreed to use calpendo for booking other types of speakers and events.
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# WIN Works in Progress (WIP) Guide
*This guide is intended to be made available for WIN researchers via the intranet.*
**Outline**
1. [What to expect from a WIP Presentation](#1-what-to-expect-from-a-wip-presentation)
2. [Why should I do a WIP presentation?](#2-why-should-i-do-a-wip-presentation)
3. [Who should present a WIP?](#3-who-should-present-a-wip)
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WIPs are an informal meeting and should be viewed as a positive opportunity for feedback from your peers. WIP attendees are reminded that discussions should be constructive, welcoming, accessible, and at all times in accordance with the [University policies on bullying and harassment](https://edu.admin.ox.ac.uk/university-policy-on-harassment). We are all reminded that you are the expert on your topic, and we are here to support you based on our own experience. As WIP organisers, we welcome your feedback on your experience of planning and presenting your WIP, so we can improve the experience for others,
## 2. Why should I do a WIP presentation?
- To help you optimise the quality of your research
- To encourage you to think early about the reproducibility of your research and opportunities to share your materials.
- To encourage collaboration among WIN members, by creating opportunities to hear about the work others are doing in all disciplines.
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## 3. Who should present a WIP?
Any WIN affiliated researcher undertaking a research project. This includes projects relating to:
- Analysis Research
- Physics Research
- Basic Neuroscience Research
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WIP presentations are booked using **calpendo (further details to follow)**.
At the point of booking your WIP you will be asked to provide the following information:
- Title fo the project
- Name of presenter, Principal Investigator and collaborators. Supervisor if the presenter is a student. \
- Signed recording release form.
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## 11. Useful contacts
Experimental set-up, task, equipment etc.
- If you have any questions about stimulus presentation equipment please get in touch with Seb (sebastian.rieger@psych.ox.ac.uk).
MRI sequences that you will use
- Please arrange to discuss your project with one of the radiographers before your WIP: radiographers@win.ox.ac.uk
- If your project has more complex physics requirements please get in touch with Stuart (Stuart.Clare@ndcn.ox.ac.uk).
Analysis plans
- If you have any questions about analysis please contact Taylor (taylor.hanayik@ndcn.ox.ac.uk).
Reproducibility and output sharing plans ("open science")
- Your outputs of your project are more than just a paper at the end. They include your experimental protocol, your data, your code and your tasks. We can help you turn these outputs into practical tools for you and your lab to efficiently reuse,
- If you have any questions relating to open science practices, including how to use the WIN open science infrastructure, please contact Cassandra (cassandra.gouldvanpraag@psych.ox.ac.uk).
You do not need to have ethical approval in place before you do your WIP (although it is needed before you can start your study)
- If you have any questions about ethics please contact Nancy (Nancy.Rawlings@ndcn.ox.ac.uk).
- Pilot data can sometimes be acquired prior to obtaining your own ethical approval by making use of technical development SOPs. Please contact the radiographers to find out more (radiographers@win.ox.ac.uk)
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