In a post first published on The Scholarly Kitchen blog, Nina Di Cara and Claire Haworth discuss the Data Hazards project and how it is being applied to improve how data ethics are identified and communicated in mental health research. (more…)
Maria Sobczyk shares her experience of being part of the Royal Society pairing scheme, which links scientists with people at the heart of UK policy making
“Yes, Minister” – truth, fiction, or something in between? I have always been fascinated by the inner workings of politics. So, when an opportunity arose to combine this interest with my role as a post-doc in health data science, I promptly applied for the 2023 edition of the Royal Society pairing scheme, which offers a week-long experience in Westminster.