MethodsCon programme details announced

NCRM news
Ed Grover

Provisional programme details for MethodsCon are now available on the NCRM website.

The free event, which takes place in Manchester on 13-14 September, will feature more than 30 sessions on methods in health and social science research.

Attendees will be able to take part in workshops and interactive seminars, hear from a variety of experts and collaborate with researchers from across different sectors, including government, healthcare, the private sector, academia and the charity sector.

Sessions in the provisional programme include:

  • Designing deliberative research to create a suite of digital mental health support tools for young people
  • The emergence of SMART methods – non-expert platforms for social science and health research
  • "Alexa, I just ate a donut." Innovations in recalls and real-time methods for measuring eating
  • Designing and implementing a cross-disciplinary, cross-sectional course on health and migration

Sessions will be in four main formats: Provocation Panels; Professional Development Workshops; Innovation Incubators; Interactive Seminars. Applications to attend the event will open in the near future.

Visit the MethodsCon webpage to find out more.