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Preparing a Successful Research Proposal - as an ECR...
|Professor Martin White's lunchtime seminar was a very popular session at the 2011 conference. His slides can be downloaded.|
ECR Report to the AGM 2011
ECR Gig Trail
We set up the ECR Gig Trail as a way for ECR’s to give each other chances to visit and speak at different institutions – e.g. by organising a lunchtime seminar where a couple of visiting ECRs can talk about their work. Please sign up if you are interested in organising and/or giving a talk. You can also read this report of our first international gig trail talk - in New Zealand!!
Gig Trail Report
Early Career Researchers' 'Meet the expert' corner
Mark Petticrew, Professor of Public Health Evaluation at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Martin McKee, Professor of European Public Health Science, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Ana Diez-Roux, Professor of Epidemiology, University of Michigan School of Public Health, USA.
Full Reports of ECR who attended SSM Belfast having been offered free places by the Society
ECR Website URL
The URL has been changed to the easier to remember http://www.socsocmed.org.uk/ECR
Full details of previous postings of ECR events, reports, newsletters and other documents can be found on the ECR Archive page
What is an early career researcher?
Rather than have a formal definition we thought that individuals should decide whether they are an ECR. You might consider yourself to be an ECR if you are an undergraduate or postgraduate student, if you have recently completed or are studying for a PhD, or if you are new to this research field. If you would like to add to the 'what is an ECR' list, please email us.
SSM early career researcher sub-committee objectives
The aims of the SSM ECR sub-committee are to: