The Administrative Data Research Centre – Scotland is currently advertising for the post of Senior Researcher working in the area of social science data analysis and statistics.
The innovative nature of the Centre’s activities requires an energetic and intellectually dexterous researcher with skills in the area of quantitative social science, statistics or data science and excellent research and person management skills. The Senior Researcher will work closely with the Centre’s Research Fellows, and will be expected to carry out original research, specifically using the major Scottish administrative datasets.
For more details on this post visit http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AJF591/senior-researcher-adrc-s/
“The Inmates are Running the Asylum: Stories from the Mental Patients Association” Screening and Discussion.
Filmmaker Dr Megan Davies joins academics and activists from Edinburgh, Stirling and Queen Margaret Universities, CAPS Advocacy and NHS Lothian Mental Health and Wellbeing Team, discussing film/the arts, mental health, and the emerging field of “Mad People’s History”.
Wednesday 15 October 2014, 7-9pm in Seminar Rooms 1-2, University of Edinburgh, Chrystal Macmillan Building, 15a George Square
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Please email Tessa Parkes t.s.parkes @stir.ac.uk or call Kirsten on 01312735116 to book a place.
Deborah Baldie, Division of Population Health Sciences and SDHI/SNM will be presenting her pre-viva seminar entitled “The use and impact of patient feedback in General Practice – A realistic evaluation” on Friday 25th July at 10am in Morlich/Nevis, The Mackenzie Building, Kirsty Semple Way, Dundee
Further information is available on the flyer
SDHI researchers Jenna Breckenridge and Thilo Kroll, in collaboration with researchers from the Universities of Manchester, Edinburgh and Queen’s University Belfast, have recently published a review of the literature relating to disability, domestic abuse and access to maternity care. Although disabled women are significantly more likely to experience domestic abuse during pregnancy than non-disabled women, very little is known about how maternity care access and utilisation is affected by the co-existence of disability and domestic abuse. This new publication brings together international literature to explore the factors that facilitate or compromise access to care, the consequences of inadequate care, and the effectiveness of existing strategies for improvement. Read the full article here