We have a lunchtime seminar series featuring our own researchers and invited speakers from academic, policy and third sector organisations. These seminars take place throughout the year and are open to students, staff and the general public.
We also organise and participate in various talks, workshops, debates, conferences and festivals to share our research and connect with people beyond academia.
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Our lunchtime seminars are usually held on a Thursday from 1-2pm at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, 200 Renfield St, Glasgow.
We are now running virtual seminars. If you would like to attend, please contact email@example.com to receive the Zoom link.
Jeremy Hilton VR CEng, Principal Research Fellow in Complex Systems at Cranfield University
|Putting empiricism in context; the benefits of critical realism within systems thinking|
Professor Petra Meier, University of Sheffield
|Systems Science in Public Health and Health Economic Research - an Introduction to the work of the SIPHER Consortium|
26 JunScotland-wide survey seeks to shed light on why young people may be less likely to use some forms of contraception and condoms than five years ago.
08 JunResearchers at the University of Glasgow are running the first virtual ‘Sleep in Schools’ week.