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SAVE THE DATE: NCRM 2023 Annual Lecture

NCRM is pleased to announce that its prestigious Annual Lecture will take place on Tuesday, 25 April 2023. The keynote speaker will be Professor Elizabeth Stokoe …

Explore the Health and Employment After Fifty study in CLOSER Discovery

Researchers can now explore data from the Health and Employment After Fifty (HEAF) study in CLOSER Discovery – the UK’s most detailed research tool for longitudinal …

New episode of NCRM podcast explores mixed and qualitative longitudinal approaches

The third episode in NCRM’s new podcast series is available to listen to on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and the NCRM website. The guest is Professor Dan …

Webinar series to discuss data resources for mental health and wellbeing research

A two-part webinar series will explain how to access and use datasets on mental health and wellbeing. Organised by the Data Resources Training Network (DRTN), the free …

Webinar to discuss how to navigate FOI in the UK

The next webinar in our series on freedom of information (FOI) will focus on how to navigate the FOI process in the UK. The event – FOI …

Second episode of NCRM and YouthLife podcast out now

The second episode of NCRM’s new podcast series is out now. Each episode in the six-part series features conversations with leading experts on qualitative longitudinal or mixed …

Register your interest in computational methods spring school

Researchers interested in computational social science are being invited to express their interest in a spring school that will be held in April 2023. The NCRM/Exeter …

Registration open for third Critical Conversations webinar

The third event in NCRM’s Critical Conversations webinar series is now open for registrations. The free webinar, on Wednesday, 14 December 2022, will focus on working with …