Brush up on essential stats
Confidently progress through the more advanced statistical adventures of your research by getting a rock solid understanding of statistical concepts underlying them. P values, z-scores and more, all explained in everyday language and concrete examples.
Get started with STATA
If you are new to STATA and you do not know where to start then this webinar is for you. This hands-on training, with step-by-step instructions and a fully-functional trial license for STATA software, will give you a high-level overview of how to confidently start using STATA.
Boost your track record
Learn time-effective ways to engineer impressive successes into your track record, because the main way that prospective employers / promoters / funders judge your future success in research is your past success in research.
Reap the benefits of peer review
Learn techniques to help you undertake full, fast and fair peer review of research papers, enabling you to reap the unexpected benefits of peer review.
Systematically review the literature
If you’re commencing research in a particular field, then reading systematic literature reviews in that field – or doing one yourself if there aren’t any of relevance – is one of the best ways to identify the most pressing gaps in current knowledge in that field. This 90-minute training by Prof. Amanda Salis will give you a high-level overview of how to confidently undertake a systematic literature review.
Jump start your meta-analysis
This hands-on training, with step-by-step instructions and a fully-functional trial license for Stata software, will give you a high-level overview of how to confidently undertake a meta-analysis.
Write your paper in 2 weeks
In this series of 5 live Zooms, walk through a step-by-step process designed to help you write your research paper in 2 weeks, culminating in a complete and professionally-structured draft of your paper ready for feedback from co-authors.
Learn at your own pace, with interactive online training that gives you ultimate flexibility in when and where you learn.