Publishing quantitative research and avoiding methods pitfalls

15 March 2021 1pm – 3pm Webinar Zoom
Description

In this workshop, we will discuss the challenges associated with publishing quantitative research and come to understand why a significant portion of your likely success is demeaned at the outset. from this discussion, we will explore common and less-common methods pitfalls that occur in undertaking and publishing quantitative research. The aim of the session is to help you be better able to anticipate, detect and address pitfalls in quantitative research before a study begins, or, to take action to address them during the writing up process. I will draw on my experience as a writer, reviewer and editor to further consider how we can increase our chances of successfully publishing our quantitative work.

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Provider Information

BAM Council Sub-Committee of Academic Affairs of Conference and Capacity Building

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Who Should Attend?

The event speaks to Sections A1, A2 and E1, as detailed in the BAM Framework 

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Speaker 

Professor Mat Hughes, Loughborough University  

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Benefits of attending 
  • Understand why the success of a paper is often determined at the outset.
  • Be able to anticipate and appreciate trade-offs in quantitative methods and addressing this in research design and write-up.
  • Improve the rigour of your quantitative research and to understand what tests and actions and tests can be taken to enhance the probability of successfully publishing your work.

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Contact

Please contact the BAM Office at [email protected] with any queries.  

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Event Fee 

BAM Members: Free 

Non-BAM Members: £25

Non-BAM Members, Students: £15

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