|Summary of Intervention(s)|
• In the Netherlands, various debates, agendas and campaigns around responsible research assessment culminated in the multi-stakeholder Recognition and Rewards Programme and its position paper ‘Room for Everyone’s Talent’ being published in 2019. • Erasmus University Rotterdam committed to ensuring academic staff are supported across diverse career paths and rewarded for contributing to one or more of five key areas of activity outlined in the national Recognition and Rewards programme: education, research, social impact, leadership and, for Erasmus University Medical Centre, patient care.
• To support this aim, committees will be formed to investigate how to move towards using more qualitative Narrative CVs in hiring an promotion procedures, and for developing new methods for recognizing and rewarding five key areas of activity.
• The committees will also look into developing online tools with information on qualitative indicators, portfolio and narrative templates, and examples of best practice.
• There will also be development of guidelines on interpreting and using the indicators in hiring and promotion procedures and training on how to use them.