My UK researcher development sector impact work in particular has influenced the work of many UK institutions. The report, Bromley, T.,  'The impact of researcher training and development: two years on' ed Janet Metcalfe, Impact and evaluation group 2010, published September 2010 ISBN: 978-1-906771-14-1, details the mapping of impact from 37 UK Universities against the UK sector Impact Framework for which I was lead author.
This work has also been cited by authors of academic papers/book chapters from the following UK institutions: Newcastle University; University of Huddersfield; University of Edinburgh; University of Exeter; University of Bradford; Heriot-Watt University;
My work on Dynamic Development is currently being introduced in my own university and at UK Universities of co-author colleagues including the University of Manchester, Newcastle University and the University of Sunderland.
Examples of international citations of my work. Full citations at Google citations
34 citations: Bromley, A. P., Boran, J. R. and Myddelton, W. A.,  'Investigating the baseline skills of research students using a competency-based self-assessment method' Active Learning in Higher Education, 8  pp117-137
Has been cited by authors from: University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand; University of Duesto, Bilbao, Spain; Arizona State University, USA; Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, USA; University of South Africa Pretoria, South Africa; University of Wollongong, Australia; Hampton University, USA; Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, OH, USA; McGill University, Montreal, Canada; Athabasca University, Canada; Montana State University, Bozeman, USA; Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, USA; Universidad Virtual Escuela de Graduados en Educación Montteray, Mexico;
14 Citations: Hinchcliffe, R, Bromley, T. and Hutchinson, S. eds,  'Skills Training in Research Degree Programmes: Politics and Practice' McGraw-Hill Education, ISBN: 978033522148, ISBN: 9780335221479
Has been cited by authors from: Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia; University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia; University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia; Universidad Castilla-La Mancha, Spain; l’Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France; l’Université de Rouen, France; The Australian National University Canberra Australia; Technologico de Monterrey, Montterey, Mexico
21 Combined citations: Bromley and Metcalfe, Rugby Team Impact Framework and Rugby Team Impact Framework 2012
Has been cited by authors from: University of South Australia, Adelaide; The University of Auckland, New Zealand; Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus
Bromley, T., Metcalfe. J., and Park, C.,  'The Rugby Team Impact Framework' launched at Vitae conference September 8-9th. ISBN-13: 978-1-906774-00-4, has been referenced in multiple reports of national organisations including:
Department for Business Innovation and Skills [December 2009], ‘UK National Action Plan: on research mobility and careers within the European Research Area’, Quality Assurance Agency [September 2011], ‘Doctoral degree characteristics’
Blackey, H., Clayton, S., Connor, C., and Lim, H., (2011) ‘Assessing the impact of learning and teaching strategies in Wales: A guide for institutions’, Higher Education Academy.
Hodge, A., (2010), ‘Review of progress in implegmenting the recommendations of Sir Gareth Roberts, regarding employability and career development of PhD students and research staff A report for Research Councils UK by an Independent Review Panel’, RCUK.
Smith, P. et.al (2011) ‘Engaging Researchers in identifying their leadership development needs and enhancing their capabilities through a reflective and reflexive process: Research Report’ leadership Foundation for Higher Education
Mavin, S., Lee, L., and Robson, F., (2010) ‘The evaluation of learning and development in the workplace: scanning the external environment’ Higher Education Funding Council for England.
I am associate editor Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education I was also a member of the founding editorial board when the Journal was originally established by Dr Denise Dear with the title International Journal of Researcher Development
I am the conveyor of the annual conference Researcher Education and Development Scholarship (REDS)