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Call for applications: NCRM International Visitor Exchange Scheme (IVES)

NCRM is pleased to invite applications for the first round of its International Visitor Exchange Scheme (IVES). IVES is aimed at enabling UK social scientists to engage with methods development internationally, in order to stimulate debate and develop ideas (with associated outputs) in relation to methodological innovation in the social sciences.

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Watch the 'Data linkage: Ethical and societal concerns' seminar

Social scientists may be able to connect different sets of administrative information held about people technically, but should there be any rules about accessing and using the data? Watch the videos from a seminar organised by the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM), the International Journal of Social Research Methodology and hosted by the Warwick Business School at The Shard, London, on the 9th July 2015.

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New podcasts from the Data Linkage Event

Listen to the Latest Podcasts from the 'Data linkage: Ethical and societal concerns' event. Data linkage: challenges and opportunities by Peter Elias and Care.data: the challenges of linking health service data by Neil Serougi