Tell Us About Your Methodology – Community Based Participatory Research

We have really appreciated the opportunities to learn about the work that is happening across the PGR cohort with our newest blog series, Tell Us About Your Methodology. Grab a cup of tea and settle down with our latest instalment as we talk with 1st year PhD candidate, Liam Gilchrist …

Tell Us About Your Methodology – Experience Sampling Methodology

Another month, another methodology. We have loved talking to our friends and colleagues on the PGR cohort to find out more about their research, and this instalment in our blog series, Tell Us About Your Methodology, is no different.  Here is our interview with 2nd year PhD candidate, Koraima Sotomayor-Enriquez …

Tell Us About Your Methodology – Dyadic Semi-Structured Interviews

We love hearing about other peoples’ research and finding out about new methodologies is always an exciting prospect. It’s time to shine a spotlight on some of the groundbreaking methodologies that we have heard are being used within our own PGR cohort! Join us as we start our new blog …

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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