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Block 3: Foundations of Scientific and Social Scientific Research

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Canterbury Christ Church University

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PLEASE NOTE THAT ROOM INFORMATION FOR ALL BOOKINGS IS FOUND ON THE RDP BOOKINGS OUTLOOK CALENDAR. WHEN YOU ENROL IN A SESSION YOU WILL RECEIVE AN OUTLOOK CALENDAR INVITE. please contact rdpbookings@canterbury.ac.uk if you do not receive an invitation.

S1 Randomised Control Trials and other randomised designs - Professor Doug MacInnes - Thursday 26th October 2017, 1.30-3pm

  • Understand the different choices available when using randomization in research design
  • Compare the strength and weaknesses of more complex experiment designs

S2 - Introduction to hypothesis testing / hypothesis driven research - Dr Sabina Hulbert - Tuesday 31st October 2017, 1.30-3pm

  • Statistical significance
  • Statistical power
  • Valid controls
  • Reducing bias

S3 Systematic reviews - Esther Coren - Thursday 2nd November 2017, 11am-12.30pm

  • Conducting an effective literature search
  • Understand the basic principles of systematic reviewing
  • Understand how meta analysis is only a component part of a systematic review

S4 Research, the law, and ethics - Dr Dennis Nigbur - Thursday 2nd November 2017, 1.30-3pm

  • Risks associated with research
  • Health & safety as it applies to research
  • Identifying legal and ethical issues in your research (Risk Register)
  • Ensuring data protection & confidentiality
  • Writing an ethics application
  • Responding to an ethics application
  • Ensuring the ethical conduct of research
  • Dealing with breaches of ethics



Please note that our sessions are available to Christ Church University staff and students only. You must register for an event with a CCCU email account to attend.

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