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Senior Lecturer / Reader in Medical Stat...

job description Are you looking for an exciting leadership opportunity in a vibrant and diverse research-driven school at King’s College London? We are looking for someone who can bring their skills and experience in medical statistics to the study of population and patient health and contribute to the national and regional leadership of a major […]

STIDC virtually signs MoU with Italian c...

KUCHING: Sarawak Timber Industry Development Corporation (STIDC) has established a collaboration with POLI.design, Milan, Italy on potential areas of research and design to develop the local timber industry. According to STIDC, POLI.design, together with the design department and the design school, has contributed to the ranking of Politecnico di Milano as the fifth best university […]

Kowalski to discuss research design

Jessica Kowalski, archaeologist for the Arkansas Archeological Survey’s Fayetteville Research Station, will present “Community and Ceremonialism in Northwest Arkansas: A Research Design for Investigating Mississippian Occupation in the Ozarks” at the next Arkansas Ouachita Chapter meeting Archeological Society at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Maurice room of the National Park Medical Center, 1910 Malvern Road. […]

Which real-world research design is best

By David Thompson, Ph.D. Manufacturers generally plan Phase II-III research with great care, but too often view Real World Evidence Generation (RWE) as a ‘tick the box’ activity. It is a mistake. Real-world research design is more complicated than clinical trial design, its complexity due to a multitude of factors including the different evidence needs […]

KU Libraries Announce Selection of Staff...

LAWRENCE – The University of Kansas Libraries are pleased to announce that Greta Valentine, Data and Research Analyst, has been selected for the Institute for Research Design in Librarianship (IRDL), which began in June 2019. IRDL is a highly competitive research program, and this year 23 candidates were selected to participate in the institute’s annual […]

Griffith scholar publishes ‘one-stop-sho

While writing his new book, Advanced research methods for applied psychology, Professor Paula Brough sought to fill the void she continually encountered when supervising graduate students. “The idea came to me during a doctoral confirmation where the student was evaluating the different methods to perform the missing data analysis,” said Professor Brough. “I realized that […]

What is the research design and methodol...

What is research design? This is a common question, especially among researchers. It is important to understand what research design is and how it differs from the research methodology for which it is generally confused. A research plan applies to the methods as well as the procedures used in collecting data and analyzing measures of […]

Avoiding bad science through better rese...

Health policies and treatments should be based on solid evidence. But what if such evidence is wrong and the resulting treatments and policies are therefore ineffective, ineffective or harmful? Professor Stephen Soumerai says more in this blog. Stephen Soumerai, ScD Sep 10, 2015 Improving the design of research for health policies and treatments Pixabay What […]