Lunchtime Public Policy Seminar: Evidence: What Works? In Northern Ireland
You are invited to a lunchtime seminar from the Alliance for Useful Evidence entitled ‘Evidence: What Works? In Northern Ireland’ on Wednesday 15 May 2013 at Riddel Hall, Queen's University Belfast. Registration and a sandwich lunch will be provided from 13:00. This afternoon seminar will follow the morning event of Nesta’s roadshow that will consider innovation in Northern Ireland. More information can be found at http://nestabelfast.eventbrite.com/#
15 May 2013 | Riddel Hall, Queen's University Belfast | More Info »
Sexual and Reproductive Health of Children and Young People Special Interest Group: Annual Public Lecture - How To Involve Young People In Improving The Sexual Health Of The Population
In this event, Dr. Karen Lorimer, lead of the Sexual Health theme in the Institute for Applied Health Research at Glasgow Caledonian University, will focus on how young people can become more involved in improving the sexual health of the population.
11 June 2013 | Old Staff Common Room, Lanyon Building, Queen's University Belfast | More Info »
Workshop: Handling Missing Data: Multiple Imputation and Inverse Probability Weighting using Stata
The Institute of Child Care Research and the Improving Children's Lives initiative, through its Quantitative Research Methods with Children and Young People Special Interest Group, present a three day course on handling missing data. This course is funded by the Improving Children's Lives small grants scheme and is free of charge to QUB staff and postgraduate students Missing data are a pervasive problem in empirical research, both in observational and experimental studies. This three day course will give examples of how missing data can affect analyses, explain the assumptions behind missing data patterns, and explore two methods of dealing with missing data. The course features a series of lectures followed by a computer practical using Stata illustrating the concepts and methods introduced.
03 July 2013 - 05 July 2013 | Room 3.028, Peter Froggatt Centre, Queen's University Belfast | More Info »