Born in Bradford Open Space Event, 22nd November 2023, 12.00-3.00pm

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Born in Bradford will be hosting an open space event to share information about our research This is a drop in event where you can speak to staff from various research projects. There will be no presentations or workshops, instead there will be conversations about the work we are doing and some key findings. Booking […]

ActEarly Methods Club: Fingertips – the OHID public health profiles tool | 22nd November 2023 | 11:00 – 12:00pm

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An Introduction to Fingertips – the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities public health profiles tool by Dr Kath Roberts, University of York Abstract: ‘Fingertips’ is the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities public health data collection and analysis tool. Data are organised into themed ‘profiles’ and additional analytical tools to facilitate exploration and analyses […]

ActEarly Methods Club: A GIS approach to measuring environmental exposure | 21st June 2023 | 11:00 – 12:00pm

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Abstract: Environmental exposures (EE) are increasingly recognised as important determinants of health and well-being. Understanding the influences of EE on health is critical for effective policymaking, but better-quality spatial data is needed. In this seminar, Dr Kimon Krenz will outline the theoretical and technical foundations for the construction of longitudinal individual-level environmental exposure measurements for […]

Tower Hamlets ‘Festival of Family Wellbeing, 15th March 2023

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On 15th March 2023, ActEarly researchers took part in the Spring Festival of Family wellbeing in Tower Hamlets, London organised by Bromley by Bow Centre. Approximately 360 people attended the community and family event, taking part in interactive sessions. To read more, click here

Telling a story or reporting the facts in qualitative health research? | 19 April 2023 | 11:00 – 12:00pm

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Telling a story or reporting the facts? The potential for interpretation vs the dominance of description in applied qualitative health research analyses? Abstract: Interpretative analysis of qualitative data has been likened to a form of creative storytelling. However, analysis of qualitative health research data is often subject to concerns derived from quantitative empiricism such as replicability, […]

Spring Festival of Family Wellbeing, 15th March 2023

Active Bradford

On 15th March 2023, ActEarly researchers took part in the Spring Festival of Family wellbeing in Tower Hamlets, London organised by Bromley by Bow Centre. Approximately 360 people attended the community and family event, taking part in interactive sessions. To read more, click here t

Webinar: Policy, inequality and the cost of living crisis – 13th December 2022

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This is a free event open to anyone interested in issues of social justice. We’ll discuss policy, inequality and rising living costs. Sign up now for this webinar on 13th December where researchers will share insights and learning from research being carried out by the Cost of Living Research Group at the University of York […]

Job opportunity – Research Fellow

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The UCL Institute of Education (IOE) is a world-leading centre for research and teaching in social science and education, ranked number one for education worldwide in the 2021 QS World University Rankings for the eighth year running. Within UCL IOE, Social Research Institute (SRI) is one of the largest centres of multi-disciplinary, social science research […]