This article suggests some strategies for the second stage of building research capacity. Research planning becomes a more central activity in this phase of development. Key issues for such planning are ownership, objectives, outcomes and organisation. Successful development depends both on effective team working and individual achievements. Research networking and quality are at the centre of individual strategies in this second phase of development. A model which identifies the different stages of research networking is offered; this may assist in mapping progress and establishing objectives of individual members of a team.
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