The new SRA North group has teamed up with the University of Liverpool, the Care Quality Commission and the Health and Safety Executive to co-host a free evening seminar with presentations from researchers at the cutting edge of developments in secondary data analysis. The event will also include informal networking with SRA members, academics from the University of Liverpool and the North West government research community.
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Price for SRA members £40. Price for non-members £60
Innovation in research methods brings new ethical dilemmas. Research ethics committees can struggle to support researchers at the methodological frontiers. This afternoon event includes four expert speakers working with mobile methods, internet-based research, arts-based research and place-based research. Speakers will outline some of the ethical problems they encountered with these methods, and explain how they addressed those problems.
Price for SRA members £75. Price for non-members £95
Public policies are about changing systems, but conventional approaches to their evaluation have largely ignored this insight. This conference will explore these issues with a number of leading thinkers and practitioners of systems approaches to policy development and evaluation. Speakers include Diane Finegood, Simon Fraser University, Canada, an expert in systems thinking to tackle complex problems, and Zenda Ofir, a vastly experienced evaluator.
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