A regular series of lunch-time talks which provide short, accessible introductory guides to key research methods. These talks are ideal for research students — or their supervisors — who want to find out what the method does and whether it might be useful in their research. They will also be of interest to any member of staff who is curious to find out about a new method.
The talks take place every Thursday from 1 - 2pm. There is no need to book, you can just turn up on the day, but please sign the registration form to indicate which department you are from. The talks will take place in room 1.69/1.70, first floor, Humanities Bridgeford Street, unless otherwise stated. All are welcome.
If you would like to offer a talk please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Social Network Analysis||Prof Martin Everett||Sociology|
|8 November||Case-Control Study||Prof Tarani Chandola||CCSR|
|15 November||Confirmatory Factor Analysis||Dr Paul Irwing||Manchester Business School|
|22 November||Good qualitative research||Prof Cathy Cassell||Manchester Business School|
|29 November||Generalized Method of Moments||Prof Alastair Hall||Economics|
|6 December||Survey Weights||Prof Natalie Shlomo||CCSR|
|13 December||Systematic Reviews||Prof Helen Worthington||School of Dentistry|
|24 January||Confounding||Dr Roseanne McNamee||School of Community Based Medicine|
|7 February||Power Calculation||Dr Steve Roberts||Institute of Population Health|
|14 February||Causal Inference
||Dr Richard Emsley||Institute of Population Health|
|Cost benefit and cost effectiveness analysis||Prof Katherine Payne||Institute of Population Health|
|7 March||Meta-analysis||Dr Tanya Walsh||School of Dentistry|
To find out about these and other future events