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NCRM training courses for 2019

We aim to drive forward methodological development and innovation through our programme of training and events, increasing the quality and range of approaches used by social scientists.

We have just released a number of training courses for 2019, on topics such as longitudinal structural equations, small area estimation, latent class analysis, interpretive political science, writing methods chapters, creative research methods and more.

View our extensive list of training courses here

November issue of MethodsNews available now


The latest issue of MethodsNews, our printed newsletter, has just been published. Articles include NCRM Director Patrick Sturgis discussing response latencies as indicators of survey quality, Nicole Brown using identity boxes to learn about fibromyalgia sufferers and Louise Corti from the UK Data Service debating research reproducibility in qualitative research.


View MethodsNews online here

NCRM Co-Director David Martin awarded OBE for services to Geography and Population Studies


Professor David Martin, Co-Director of NCRM, has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's 2019 New Year Honours for his services to Geography and Population Studies. Dave says of his award: "It is a huge honour to have my work recognised in this way, but this really is a tribute to some of the great people I've worked with."

Read more about David's achievement