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Here's some ways you can get the most out of the TPRN website.
You can enhance your research profile within the network by becoming a featured researcher. To do this, you first need to (a) complete some "about me" information, and (b) upload a profile photo of yourself. This can be achieved through your Edit Profile screen.
Note: you will also need to turn your Featured Researcher option to 'on', as shown in the screenshots below.
You can also choose to feature your research project. See the next section for more details.
The TPRN forums are a great way to share information and resources with colleagues. You can also send a direct message to another member of the network through this page — useful if you want to get in touch with someone and don’t have their email address.
When you visit the forums page, you will see a listing of all available forum categories within which you can create or reply to forum posts.
Use the tabs under the main heading to navigate the Forums and Messaging pages.
Discussions: This tab displays the recently active forum discussions. Click a star to save a discussion for easy access later through My Bookmarks.
Inbox: This is where messages sent directly to you from another TPRN member will be displayed. You will also see a notification in the top menu bar of the site when you have a new unread message, and receive an email notification if you have that option turned on (see below).
Your Name: Clicking the tab under the main heading that displays your name will take you to your forum profile screen. Here you will see a summary of your recent forum activity, and you can also manage your notification settings regarding new forum posts and direct messages sent to your account. See "Manage your notifications" below for more information about this.
The trial register is useful for keeping track of all currently active or recently completed Triple P research. By adding your trial to the register, your can keep other Triple P researchers informed about where your research is up to.
There are a number of helpful resources under the Resources and Funding pages of the TPRN site. These range from downloadable syntax files for data analysis, policy papers, and information about funding opportunities, through to sample materials to give you a head start. More resources will be added over time, so check back often. If you think of something we’ve missed or have something you'd like to share, please email suggestions or resources to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are two main types of emails that can be managed through your TPRN account settings: forum email notifications and email newsletters.
You can choose whether to receive email notifications about personal messages and relevant forum activity. This can be accessed by clicking your name under the main heading on the Forums and Messaging page.
When you register for the TPRN you will be automatically subscribed to the email newsletter so we can keep you updated on the latest news and interesting events. You can opt out of these emails if you wish through the edit profile page.