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Continuing research during COVID-19

The University requires all research including face-to-face participant interaction to make changes to how those interactions are conducted.

Research Data Storage – the facts

The General University Ethics Panel (GUEP) would like to remind researchers of the University’s policy on the length of time that appropriate research data should be stored.

New studies relating to COVID-19

An expedited review process will be considered for any new research study relating to COVID-19.

Inside the General University Ethics Panel

However much we recognise the importance of ethics in research, we all know that applying for ethical approval can feel like an additional bureaucratic hurdle. Particularly when there are a million other things to be done in the early stages… Continue Reading →

Using game-inspired, arts-informed thinking to research cultural events

In case you’ve missed it Professor Claire Squires is currently at the University of Melbourne completing a visiting professorship with her collaborator Beth Driscoll. Beth and Claire have been collaborating on a number of book festival related projects and coming up with… Continue Reading →

Trail blazing data linkage for looked after children in Scotland

In ground-breaking work the team from Permanently Progressing? Building secure futures for children in Scotland study have been involved in work, never before undertaken, to link and analyse administrative data on looked after children collected by the Scottish Government and… Continue Reading →

A reflection on 2017 for RIS

It’s safe to say that the Research & Innovation Services team is busy all year round.  Whilst the University year is August to July, the calendar year is still relevant to us all personally and, as it draws to a… Continue Reading →

Using policy studies and evidence to make an impact

Paul Cairney (@CairneyPaul), Professor of Politics and Public Policy (Faculty of Arts & Humanities), has been working with a wide range of scholars and practitioners to develop practical advice from policy studies. Here we discuss his aim to combine insights from… Continue Reading →

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