The SWITCH Research Group aims to Improve Access to Research Data and to Make it Widely Accessible
The SWITCH research group brings together 12 industry-partnership research projects in the health sector. It includes a Chief Investigator, a Senior Clinician co-researcher, 2 mental health community support services, and 12 practitioners and research students. The research group aims to improve access to research data and to make it sustainable and widely accessible.
In the past, researchers have tried to understand the reasons for switching. These researchers have looked at how switching impacts performance in a variety of tasks. One theory states that people’s ability to switch between tasks affects their ability to complete those tasks. But there are also reasons why people might not be able to switch tasks with ease. For example, it might be that people are more productive when they are familiar with the tasks.