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23 April, 2018 - Integrating Big Health Data: innovation for patient care

Time: 12:30:00 - 18:00:00

NIHR GOSH BRC Junior Faculty Educational Event. This half day event will explore both the usefulness and challenges of using big data in biomedical sciences for both research and clinical care, with examples from paediatric and adult research. From electronic health records to large genomics and multi-omics datasets to imaging and digital health, this event will showcase successful stories and opportunities for capturing big data.

Location: Kennedy Lecture Theatre, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, ,

Contact: NIHR GOSH BRC Junior Faculty

Email: TBC

Phone:

23 April, 2018 - The Dementias Platform UK (DPUK) Annual Conference 2018: Using the power of cohorts

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This one-day conference will enable scientists to gain an in-depth understanding of the ground-breaking Data Portal, clinical studies register and multicentre experimental medicine activity. Attendees will learn from practical demonstrations, as well as from invited speakers: Professor Hugh Perry and Professor Miia Kivipelto. Data Portal workshops: Join practical workshops and learn alongside colleagues from your sector about what the Data Portal and other DPUK resources means for university researchers, and those working in industry.

Location: British Medical Association, Tavistock Square , London, WC1H 9JP

Contact: The Dementias Platform UK (DPUK)

Email: dpuk@psych.ox.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)1865 613166

24 April, 2018 - Ignite: A Medical Innovation Summit

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The UCLH Biomedical Research Centre and the Centre for the Advancement of Sustainable Medical Innovation (CASMI) are delighted to announce the second round of Ignite: A Medical Innovation Summit. Ignite is an immersive and challenging experience that will position a small cohort of leaders to drive change in medical innovation. By combining debate sessions, networking and immersive experiences in aligned organisations, Ignite creates a rich environment to accelerate progress. The summit will take place on 24-26 April 2018 and a further full day in June 2018. Ten places are available to scientific leaders in academia and industry with an existing research interest in medical innovation. The deadline for applications is Monday 29 January 2018 at 16:00.

Location: TBC, , ,

Contact: Felipe Fouto

Email: f.fouto@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

24 April, 2018 - Introduction to Research Support and Integrity: course for PhD students (Terms 2 & 3)

Time: 14:00:00 - 17:00:00

This course is coordinated by Library Services, OVPR and the Doctoral Skills Development Programme. It is open to all PhD students, regardless of their disciplines or stage reached in their research project. Dates: 7 February, 21 March and 24 April 2018. Each half-day sessions will focus on Research Integrity, Research Data Management, Data Protection, Research Ethics, Open Access, Copyright and Research IT. The course will highlight good practices in these areas, as well as explain the expectations of researchers and point to useful resources.

Location: G08 Sir David Davies LT, Roberts Building, Malet Place, London, WC1E 7JE

Contact: UCL Doc Skills - (Organisational Development)

Email: docskills@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

26 April, 2018 - What’s on the Menu? Food choices in Contemporary Life

Time: 19:00:00 - 20:30:00

Join leading researchers and food writers to discuss what influences our food choices and the impact of these choices. This event will be hosted by the British Library. This event is organised with the Cohort & Longitudinal Studies Enhancement Resources (CLOSER). Ticket information Full Price: £10.00 Member: £10.00 Senior 60+: £8.00 Student: £7.00 Registered Unemployed: £7.00 Under 18: £7.00 Priority tickets for members of the British Library will go on sale on 1 March 2018. General admission tickets will be available to book from 8 March 2018.

Location: Knowledge Centre, British Library, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB

Contact: British Library

Email: boxoffice@bl.uk

Phone: +44 (0)1937 546546.

1 May, 2018 - How can I facilitate meaningful conversations with stakeholders?

Time: 10:00:00 - 11:30:00

At the core of Public Engagement (PE) and Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) is conversation. We believe that research should include public and patient voices, and that this inclusion leads to better outcomes for all. Moving from that belief to actually facilitating conversations can be quite a leap, particularly for those without training or experience. In this session, we will interrogate different ways of facilitating meaningful conversations with public and patient groups, and other key stakeholder groups. We will begin the session with some brief case studies, leading to conversations wherein all attending can discuss and experiment with facilitation techniques. This is part of a series of events to support those across the UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences (SLMS) working in Public Engagement and Patient and Public Involvement. These take place regularly, focussing on different topics each time.

Location: Maple House Boardroom (Suite 1A), 149 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7NF

Contact: Niccola Hutchinson Pascal

Email: n.pascal@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: 0203 108 6534

2 May, 2018 - 'Introduction to PPI in research'- UCL Hospitals Biomedical Research Centre workshop

Time: 10:00:00 - 16:00:00

The National Institute for Health Research University College London Hospitals Biomedical Research Centre in partnership with UCLPartners is running a programme of regular award-winning workshops for clinical academic researchers on patient and public involvement (PPI) in research. The workshops, which are supported by the Wellcome Trust and open to researchers working in UCLPartners partnership organisations, are practical and the aim is to build up researchers’ skills in effectively involving lay people in the research process, from setting research priorities to designing protocols. This workshop is for beginners and experienced (people who are new to and people who have some experience in the active involvement of patients and the public in research). More information in the link below.

Location: Maple House, 149 Tottenham Court Road, London,

Contact: PPI Helpdesk

Email: ppihelpdesk@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

2 May, 2018 - Collaboration, recognition, and leadership: How to succeed in Team Science

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Succeeding in Team Science will be chaired by Professor George Davey Smith FMedSci, Director of the MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit and Professor of Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Bristol. Professor Eleftheria Zeggini, Group Leader at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, will be delivering the keynote speech. Two years ago, the Academy of Medical Sciences published a report on ‘Team Science’; output-focused research involving two or more research groups. The report highlighted the increase in popularity and success of team science as researchers seek to solve global challenges to realise economic and societal benefits, whilst also highlighting some of the challenges faced. Succeeding in Team Science is a responsive career development event designed to enable biomedical and health researchers to seize opportunities to work collaboratively, through workshops, discussion and presentations of the latest team science research.

Location: , The Academy of Medical Sciences, London,

Contact: Ruth Lowe

Email: ruth.lowe@acmedsci.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

2 May, 2018 - Thinkspace: Food - How should we feed London? Part One

Time: 18:30:00 - 20:00:00

Thinkspace, a forum for cross-disciplinary discussion and debate at UCL, will look at the vital moral, political, social and urban issues behind feeding London and other big cities over two events in May (May 2, May 29). We have assembled a wide range of speakers who will give their own insights into how food shapes our cities as well as ourselves. A third event in June (June 19) will explore how all our senses interact around taste and how our physical surroundings can enhance or detract from our sensory experiences.

Location: G.12, The Bartlett School of Architecture, 22 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0QB

Contact: Emily Stone

Email: e.stone@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: 020 3108 7337

3 May, 2018 - Public engagement with population health science

Time: 09:30:00 - 13:00:00

Organised by UCL Population Health

The UCL Centre for the Health of Women, Children and Adolescents aims to improve the health of women, children, and adolescents in low-, middle-, and high-income countries through inclusive engagement with community members, healthcare providers, academics, and policymakers. Our launch event will begin with a keynote from Dr Elizabeth Pisani. We will go on to combine images and discussion of public engagement activities in communities in China, India, Mexico, Nepal, and the UK, addressing concerns such as inequality, disability, antimicrobial resistance, air pollution, sanitation, mental health, and child marriage. Please join us if you have an interest in public engagement with health science through co-creation of graphics, film, music, sculpture, installations, websites, debates, and festivals: all are welcome.

Location: Kennedy Lecture theatre, Wellcome Trust Building, Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street, London, WC1N 1EH

Contact: David Osrin

Email: d.osrin@ucl.ac.uk

Phone:

8 May, 2018 - UCL Populations & Lifelong Health Domain Symposium 2018

Time: 09:00:00 - 18:10:00

This one-day event, organised by the UCL Populations & Lifelong Health Domain, will showcase population health research taking place across UCL. Talks are planned on a diverse range of themes including migration, population mental health and ageing. Attendees will also enjoy an ‘In Conversation’ session, in which writer and broadcaster Vivienne Parry OBE will lead a candid and far-ranging conversation with Professor Sir Malcolm Grant (Chairman of NHS England), Professor Dame Hazel Genn (Director Centre for Access to Justice, UCL Faculty of Laws) and Professor Dame Anne Johnson (Professor of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, UCL Institute for Global Health; and Chair, UCL Populations & Lifelong Health Domain). The event will provide an opportunity to hear from funders about their plans for the future funding of population health research and there will be plenty of opportunity to network with colleagues and build new collaborations.

Location: UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street , London, WC1N 1EH

Contact: Jessica Grant

Email: jessica.grant@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)20 7679 8116 (internal: 08116)

9 May, 2018 - 'Finders keepers? How to access and sustain patients and the public for involvement in research' - UCL Hospitals Biomedical Research Centre workshop

Time: 13:30:00 - 16:30:00

The National Institute for Health Research University College London Hospitals Biomedical Research Centre in partnership with UCLPartners is running a programme of regular award-winning workshops for clinical academic researchers on patient and public involvement (PPI) in research. The workshops, which are supported by the Wellcome Trust and open to researchers working in UCLPartners partnership organisations, are practical and the aim is to build up researchers’ skills in effectively involving lay people in the research process, from setting research priorities to designing protocols. This workshop is for beginners and experienced (people who are new to and people who have some experience in the active involvement of patients and the public in research). More information in the link below.

Location: , Queen Mary University of London Whitechapel, London,

Contact: PPI Helpdesk

Email: ppihelpdesk@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

9 May, 2018 - UCL Institute of Digital Health's Industry Club: Genomic Insights

Time: 15:00:00 - 19:00:00

It is an exciting time for the use of genomics in healthcare. The ambition of the Life Sciences Industrial Strategy is for genomic data and other datasets are used to improve the discovery and targeting of therapies and to ensure that patients obtain more precise and useful diagnostic information in a range of disorders. Collaborations will be essential to achieve this vision. Join the UCL Institute of Digital Health's Industry Club on 9th May 2018 to find out about new developments, opportunities and to meet potential partners. Speakers: - Prof Aroon Hingorani, UCL Chair of Genetic Epidemiology and Honorary Consultant at UCL Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UCL Institute of Cardiovascular Science Director - Louise Chisholm, Strategic Research Coordinator, UCL Institute of Digital Health - Joanne Hackett, Chief Commercial Officer, Genomics England

Location: Drayton House B06, 30 Gordon Street , London, WC1H 0AX

Contact: UCL Digital Health

Email: digitalhealth@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

9 May, 2018 - ‘How to write the PPI section of a grant form’ - UCL Hospitals Biomedical Research Centre workshop

Time: 10:00:00 - 16:00:00

The National Institute for Health Research University College London Hospitals Biomedical Research Centre in partnership with UCLPartners is running a programme of regular award-winning workshops for clinical academic researchers on patient and public involvement (PPI) in research. The workshops, which are supported by the Wellcome Trust and open to researchers working in UCLPartners partnership organisations, are practical and the aim is to build up researchers’ skills in effectively involving lay people in the research process, from setting research priorities to designing protocols. This workshop is for beginners (people who are new to the active involvement of patients and the public in research). It will cover some basic PPI principles and look at how to complete the PPI section ofgrant application forms. Topics covered include what large funders are looking for in terms of PPI.

Location: Queen Mary University of London, Whitechapel , London, E1 2AD

Contact: PPI Helpdesk

Email: ppihelpdesk@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

10 May, 2018 - Epigenetics Symposium 2018

Time: 11:00:00 - 18:30:00

Organised by UCL Genetics Institute

UCL Genetics Institute is pleased to announce a one-day symposium on Epigenetics, which will take place on Thursday, 10 May at University College London. There will be talks covering a wide range of epigenetic phenomena in human health, animals and plants, as well as its computational and theoretical aspects. The meeting is free, and includes refreshments, sandwich lunch and a reception, but numbers are limited. Book your place now!

Location: To be confirmed, Roberts Building, Malet Place, London, WC1E 7JE

Contact: Agata Blaszczyk

Email: a.blaszczyk@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)2031084004

15 May, 2018 - Webinar: Introduction to the 1958 and 1970 British birth cohorts

Time: 14:00:00 - 16:00:00

This webinar will introduce the 1958 National Child Development Study and the 1970 British Birth Cohort Study to both first-time and more experienced users. It will focus particularly on wellbeing measures available in each study. Registered delegates will receive detailed joining instructions closer to the date on how to join the webinar session.

Location: Online, , ,

Contact: Centre for Longitudinal Studies

Email: clsfeedback@ioe.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)20 7612 6875

29 May, 2018 - Thinkspace: Food - How should we feed London? Part Two

Time: 18:30:00 - 20:00:00

Thinkspace, a forum for cross-disciplinary discussion and debate at UCL, will look at the vital moral, political, social and urban issues behind feeding London and other big cities over two events in May (May 2 Part One, May 29 Part Two). We have assembled a wide range of speakers who will give their own insights into how food shapes our cities as well as ourselves. A third event in June (June 19) will explore how all our senses interact around taste and how our physical surroundings can enhance or detract from our sensory experiences.

Location: G.12, The Bartlett School of Architecture, 22 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0QB

Contact: Emily Stone

Email: e.stone@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: 020 3108 7337

4 June, 2018 - SAVE THE DATE: “Global Opportunities for Early Careers Staff"

Time: 14:00:00 - 19:00:00

Come and find out about UCL funding opportunities and how to write for international journal publications. The (free) half day conference will end with a lively networking session with drinks reception. Do come along and meet fellow early career staff just like you! More details (and registration details) to follow very soon.

Location: TBC, , ,

Contact: Antonia Simon

Email: a.simon@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: 020 7612 6250

11 June, 2018 - eResearch Domain: Artificial Intelligence Conference

Time: 10:00:00 - 17:00:00

The UCL eResearch Domain’s is bringing together the community who develop and/or use artificial intelligence in their research on 11 June 2018. We are inviting applications from UCL researchers who would like to deliver a 'lightning talk' lasting a few minutes the parallel sessions. Early Career Researchers are particularly encouraged to apply. To apply for a spot please can you complete the online form by May 25th 2018. Join us at the event to: - Gain new perspectives on fundamental artificial intelligence research e.g. machine learning, NeuroAI - Learn from colleagues who apply AI to challenges in three parallel sessions: "health and wellbeing', 'our world, our universe' and 'culture and society' - Build your network of colleagues from across UCL's faculties This event is for members of UCL only, please register with the link below.

Location: Darwin Building, access via Malet Place, London, WC1E 6BT

Contact: UCL eResearch Domain

Email: eResearch@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

12 June, 2018 - Practical Statistics For Medical Research: Medical Statistics Short Course - 12 - 15 June 2018

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Registration is now open for ‘Practical Statistics for Medical Research’, a four day training course in study design and statistical methods delivered by the Biostatistics group at the Department of Statistical Science. The course is aimed at healthcare professionals or researchers who wish to learn more about the basic principles of quantitative research methods and their application in medical science. Material covered is at an intermediate level and does not assume any deep understanding of statistical terms or concepts. This course is accredited with 21 CPD points from the Royal College of Physicians.

Location: Department of Statistical Science , 1-19 Torrington Place, , , WC1E 7HB

Contact: Chandrima Ghosh

Email: chandrima.ghosh@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: 0207 679 1872

13 June, 2018 - How can I share the impact of public engagement / involvement on both my research and its broader stakeholders in a meaningful way?

Time: 14:00:00 - 15:30:00

What happens when a Public Engagement (PE) or Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) project finishes? Funders and research institutions increasingly expect project leaders to maintain future relationships with public and patient groups. Often funders will expect you to maintain those relationships and, regardless, responsible PE or PPI should plan for what happens at the end. Impact - or the change your work can make - is one way to consider the legacy of your public engagement or patient and public involvement work. This is part of a series of events to support those across the UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences (SLMS) working in Public Engagement and Patient and Public Involvement. These take place regularly, focussing on different topics each time.

Location: Room 728, UCL Institute of Education 20 Bedford Way , London, WC1H 0AL

Contact: Niccola Hutchinson Pascal

Email: n.pascal@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: 0203 108 6534

14 June, 2018 - How to engage with business

Time: 14:00:00 - 17:00:00

This free course is for research students and staff. It will help you learn how to present your key research messages to businesses. You will explore business concepts and learn the terminology needed to express your ideas, plan and structure your conversations with businesses effectively and strategically, build relationships with potential research sponsors and develop research collaborations or support for your research.

Location: UCL BaseKX 103c, Camley Street, London, N1C 4PF

Contact: UCL Innovation and Enterprise

Email: entrepreneurship@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

19 June, 2018 - Thinkspace: Food - Taste Warps

Time: 18:30:00 - 20:00:00

Thinkspace, a forum for cross-disciplinary discussion and debate at UCL, will look at the vital moral, political, social and urban issues behind feeding London and other big cities over two events in May (May 2, May 29). We have assembled a wide range of speakers who will give their own insights into how food shapes our cities as well as ourselves. A third event in June (June 19) will explore how all our senses interact around taste and how our physical surroundings can enhance or detract from our sensory experiences.

Location: G.07, Chadwick Building, Gower St, London, WC1E 6BT

Contact: Emily Stone

Email: e.stone@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: 020 3108 7337

27 June, 2018 - 2018 Electronic Prescribing and Medication Administration Symposium

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The progress of electronic prescribing and medication administration (ePMA) continues apace, with many opportunities, challenges and experiences being faced along the way. That is why the UCL School of Pharmacy, the UCL Institute for Digital Health, and Cerner are excited to be holding the third ePMASymposium in Paddington, London on Wednesday 27 June 2018. The Cerner Collaboration Centre will provide the backdrop for peer-to-peer discussion of the key topics, and presentations given by a wide range of expert speakers. Also, look out for an exciting new concept to track all symposium activity and much more within the ePMA space. We are now inviting the submission of abstracts describing various forms of work, including formal research and evaluation, implementation experiences, and evaluation of performance improvement.

Location: , Paddington, London,

Contact: Conference Organisers

Email: collaboration.uk@cerner.com

Phone: Please email

2 July, 2018 - 11th UCL Health and Society Summer School: Social Determinants of Health (2-8 July)

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This one-week non-residential summer school provides in depth critical assessment of the social determinants of health from a global research, policy and governance perspective. It is an excellent platform for discussion and networking for both staff and attendees from around the globe. Professor Sir Michael Marmot will open the summer school with a presentation on the social determinants of health and close the week with a lecture and discussion on national and international policy development.

Location: UCL, , ,

Contact: Dr Ruth Bell

Email: r.bell@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

2 July, 2018 - Childhood visual impairment and mental health: Science into practice

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The psychological wellbeing and mental health needs of children and young people with visual impairment and their families have been greatly neglected. Two main charities, the Mary Kitzinger Trust and Royal Society for Blind Children, have come together with Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and University College London to host this conference. Together with the contributors and participants, we hope to spearhead important changes to improve understanding and meeting needs better. Lectures and workshops by leading academic researchers, clinicians and practitioners from UK, Europe and internationally and parent and child representatives, to share the most up to date research and clinical practice and to bridge research and practice and support skill learning.

Location: Kennedy Lecture Theatre, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, London, WC1N 1EH

Contact: ICH Events

Email: ich.events@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)207 905 2699

23 July, 2018 - BOOK NOW: Centre for Behaviour Change Summer School: Behaviour Change - Principles and Practice

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This five-day course will introduce you to the principles of behaviour change and how these can be applied to practical problems in your own area of interest. It's aimed at everyone interested in behaviour change - from researchers, practitioners and intervention designers to managers and policy makers. The summer school, run by UCL's Centre for Behaviour Change (CBC), has been running successfully for several years. It was developed and is led by world-renowned experts in the field, including Professor Susan Michie and Professor Robert West.

Location: UCL Campus, London (exact location tbc), , ,

Contact: CBC course team

Email: behaviourchange@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

30 July, 2018 - BOOK NOW: Centre for Behaviour Change Advanced Summer School: Influence Motivation, Change Behaviour and Evaluate Interventions

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This advanced summer school will help you develop your specialist knowledge and skills in behaviour change. (You must have already attended the introductory CBC summer school.) The week-long advanced summer school covers three distinct but related areas. You can take each of these as separate short courses, or sign up for the whole week. The three areas are: - Influencing motivation (two-day course, 30 to 31 July 2018) - Changing behaviour in complex systems (two-day course, 1 to 2 August 2018) - Evaluating behaviour change interventions (one-day course, 3 August 2018) Note that fees vary depending on your sector/business size - see more information in the link below.. The summer school is run by UCL's Centre for Behaviour Change (CBC).

Location: Engineering Front Building Executive Suite, Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7JE

Contact: Daniel Hambidge

Email: d.hambidge@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)20 7679 5497

13 August, 2018 - BOOK NOW: Centre for Behaviour Change Summer School: Behaviour Change - Principles and Practice

Time: -

This five-day course will introduce you to the principles of behaviour change and how these can be applied to practical problems in your own area of interest. It's aimed at everyone interested in behaviour change - from researchers, practitioners and intervention designers to managers and policy makers. The summer school, run by UCL's Centre for Behaviour Change (CBC), has been running successfully for several years. It was developed and is led by world-renowned experts in the field, including Professor Susan Michie and Professor Robert West.

Location: UCL Campus, London (exact location tbc), , ,

Contact: CBC course team

Email: behaviourchange@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: Please email

10 September, 2018 - IGH Research Methods Course: HIV, Sexual Health and Infectious Diseases

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The Institute for Global Health are thrilled to advertise their annual Research Methods Course which is run primarily by members of the Centre for Clinical Research in Infection and Sexual Health, and the Centre for Population Research in Sexual Health and HIV, and is taught by leading researchers from University College London. Course details: This intensive course is designed for doctors, nurses, researchers and anyone else with an interest in Sexual Health, HIV, Infectious Diseases and other medical specialties wishing to develop their research skills. Prior experience in research and statistics is an advantage but not essential. More information on the course and its content in the link below.

Location: UCL, TBC, ,

Contact: Lydia Clinton

Email: l.clinton@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: 020 3108 2084

29 September, 2018 - It's All Academic Festival 2018

Time: 10:00:00 - 17:00:00

Get inspired, get creative and get debating at UCL's second It's All Academic Festival - a varied day of talks, tours, workshops and interactive fun for all ages and interests. In between activities, relax with food and drink pop ups and live music across the campus.

Location: Across UCL campus, Wolfson Building, 49 Riding House Street, London, WC1P 7PN

Contact: Office of the Vice-Provost (Development)

Email: alumni@ucl.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)20 3108 3833

18 October, 2018 - Webinar: Key data - Longitudinal data

Time: 15:00:00 - 16:00:00

Hosted by the UK Data Service, this webinar will introduce the wide range of longitudinal datasets available at the organisation. This introductory webinar is intended for anyone who wants to learn about the wide range of longitudinal datasets available via the UK Data Service. The Service provides access to various types of longitudinal data. One of these are the British Birth Cohort Studies (e.g. the National Child Development Study 1958 and The Millennium Cohort Study) which follow the same group of children born in a specific year throughout their lives, tracking changes and unravelling the reasons behind them. Another type is the successor of BHPS, Understanding Society, an innovative and world-leading study about lives and its changes in the UK in the 21st century. And finally, there are other studies such as the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing focusing on later life, following certain age cohorts and shedding light on their specific experiences over time.

Location: Online, , ,

Contact: UK Data Service

Email: help@ukdataservice.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)1206 872143