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Research Bow Festive Special – Part 2

Welcome back merr-ier readers, to the second part of Research Bow Festive Special. Time for one more sweet treat, and a (hopefully) responsible second mulled wine/cider/tea, to finish off the Festive Feast of PGR creativity.    The second part of Festive Feast starts off with a palate cleansing tale by Augustus …

Christmas Through the Times: A Personal Christmas Narrative

As a child on Christmas, I’d wake up early and eager to embrace the day, which at the time was an anomaly, a routine dedicated to Christmas and (my) birthdays only. I’d ascend the stairs in the pre-dawn darkness with my siblings in tow, guided by faint lights from upstairs. …

Let’s get Ethical (vol.1)

The initiative involves a series of ethics workshops between staff, Postgraduate Research (PGR) Students and Early Career Researchers (ECRs) to promote a culture of research integrity across the School of Health in Social Sciences (HiSS). The series aims to engage the HiSS community in constructive conversations on ethical and integrity issues …

Getting Systematically Meta – A Guide To Conducting Systematic Reviews And Meta-Analyses. Part 2.

Welcome back intrepid systematic meta fans. In the last exciting post, we covered the steps involved in planning review studies. This sequel post will guide us through the next steps, which involves, conducting searches, the screening and selection of studies, data extraction, quality assessment, analysis (and synthesis), and finally reporting. …

Getting Systematically Meta – A Guide To Conducting Systematic Reviews And Meta-Analyses. Part 1.

In this special 2-part blog post, our authors will take us on a detailed guide of conducting systematic reviews and meta-analyses. To any of you readers who are looking at conducting such reviews for the first time, and indeed those who wish to brush up and revise the processes involved; …


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