Five new NCRM projects aim to stimulate developments in research methods

NCRM news
Ed Grover

Teams of researchers are leading a series of new projects that aim to stimulate imaginative developments in research methods.

NCRM has commissioned five projects through its Innovation Fora programme, which funds initiatives that bring together experts to share knowledge and best practice on a variety of topics.

The five new projects are:

  • Creative and Authentic Co-Production Methods: Podcasts, Poems and Zines
  • "The Mind is Prepared": Using Film for Interdisciplinary Collaborations in Epidemic Preparedness and Response
  • Freedom of Information Requests as a Research Tool – Sharing Interdisciplinary and Intersectoral Learnings
  • A Multidisciplinary Roundtable on Novel Machine Learning Approaches for Complex Clinical Data with a Focus on Improving Care for Women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
  • Practice-Based Research in Technology-centred Contemporary Music

Over the coming months, the project teams will hold a variety of events, both online and in-person. These will include workshops, webinars, a roundtable and film screenings.

The projects will produce outputs ranging from position papers to the development of training or online resources.

The first of these new projects focusses on freedom of information requests in research, with a series of three webinars an in-person event. The opening webinar is on 16 November 2022.

Find out more about the Innovation Fora programme