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elizabethmmorrow
Telford - Cardiff - Cornwall - London- N.I Research, Support
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elizabethmmorrow Aug 3
Fantastic committment to bringing research to professionals and the public.
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elizabethmmorrow Aug 1
Yay!!!
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Deborah Lupton Jul 31
Design methods in social research are gaining momentum - here's my review article on design sociology, available OA:
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 26
Replying to @ResEngland
Responsible 'menu of indicators' (page 8 onwards) will help read across beween institutions - can't wait for 2022 analysis.
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 26
Replying to @ResEngland
Responsible 'menu of indicators' (page 8 onwards) will help read across beween institutions - can't wait for 2022 analysis.
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REF2021 Jul 23
They’re here! We’ve published the draft guidance and criteria for REF 2021:
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Shuo Zhang Jul 19
‘Most often co-production is Political with a small p’ emphasising the needs and problems of working together, and different forms of knowledge
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 19
Replying to @MattHancock
Invest in the breast - breastfeeding - allowing the (female NHS) workforce to do it, technologies that encourage and support mums, and acting on the overwhelming evidence of beneftis for preventing illness, chronic disease, asthma and obesity in the longterm.
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 19
Replying to @JulieEBayley
Poor you. Sounds awful. Hope you are not in too much pain. x
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 13
Worryingly it is also very easy to exclude pratitioners and the public from being involved in biomedical research based on the misconception that they are not interested or it is above them.
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 13
Replying to @ElizaEaston @nesta_uk
Worryingly, it is also very easy to exclude practitioners and the public from having a say in biomedical research on the misconception that they are not interested or it is above them.
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Impact Jul 10
NEW - Using Research for Impact, an introductory session. Join us in September, click the link & reserve your place!
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 10
Great to see universities are developing their own policies on the responsible use of metrics (page 21) - Robustness, Humility, Transparency, Diversity, Reflexivity: operationalising these values is key
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 10
Great to see universities are developing their own policies on the responsible use of metrics (page 21) - Robustness, Humility, Transparency, Diversity, Reflexivity: operationalising these values is key
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 10
Interesting insights into how we make better judgements in small groups - implications for organisational decision-making, professional practice, policy making, research ...
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 6
Replying to @miss_steele89
Aww. xx
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 4
Replying to @LLocock @gbrgsy
Blimey. Is this just in one ward? :-)
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elizabethmmorrow Jul 1
Replying to @miss_steele89
Both girls off to classes/child care as I have to do some work but have a nice time. Summer scheme the following week. x
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elizabethmmorrow Jun 28
Replying to @chaparooney
Oh my girls would love that trip. Mark, I am so busy it's rediculous, summer holidays and all, otherwise I'd be there for the craic.
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elizabethmmorrow Jun 28
So true "Yet, the tension persists, between contextual economic and political conditions within which coproduction efforts may arise and the desirable outcomes of equality, democracy and empowerment."
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