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Welcome to links@keele!
links@keele is Keele University's hub for the ESRC North West Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership and will provide specialist research methods courses for postgraduate students, postdoctoral researchers and university staff. links@keele promotes interdisciplinary and innovative developments in research methods and will facilitate, host and promote cross-faculty methods-related events. The ethos of links@keele is to foster interdisciplinary dialogue around innovation and imagination in approaches to high-impact research and to stimulate non-academic collaborations, widening participation and regional engagement. Key events of links@keele include 4 Ethnography Tuesdays/Research Thursdays in each academic year and training events in quantitative methods in the social sciences of health.
The aim of links@keele is to promote a vibrant training environment for postgraduate research and stimulate innovative partnership.
Ethnography Tuesdays and Research Thursdays
The Ethnography Tuesdays and Research Thursdays at Keele University are part of links@keele Advanced Methods Training.
Method training in health social sciences
Quantitative research and systematic literature review training at Primary Care & Health Sciences