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The Summer School aims to enable and foster a climate of inquiry for critical thinking, quantitative analysis and explore existing relevant data sources. We aim to develop the concepts and tools associated with quantitative research related to child health and wellbeing. Building on participants...
Subject: Summer school
A video welcome from Catherine Comiskey
Subject: Summer school
Celia Keenaghan describes how we will use this website online forum and an mlearning Ap from Wobego to engage summer school participants and members of the Network in further discussions.
Presentations from the inaugural conference of the Children's Research Network for Ireland and Northern Ireland, 26th September 2012.
Outline of Presentation 1 What is Preparing for Life (PFL)? 2 Design and delivery of PFL 3 Researching PFL 4 Conducting an RCT in a community setting 5 Making research and implementation work together cohesively 6 Benefits of working together 7 What have we learned  
Guidance for ethical research projects   •Good practice in children’s research •Building on knowledge gained in GUI •Initiated by DCYA   •Produced by Working Group with research, legal, policy and child protection expertise   Patricia's presentation is an analysis ofÂ...
Subject: Barnardos
Barnardos supports children whose well-being is under threat, by working with them, their families and communities and by campaigning for the rights of children. Barnardos was established in Ireland in 1962 and is Ireland’s leading independent Children's charity.  
Catherine Comiskey CI and Hypothesis tests part 2 Hypothesis Testing   - Developing Null and Alternative Hypotheses   - Type I and Type II Errors   - Population Mean:  s Known   - Population Mean:  s Unknown   - Population Proportion  
Catherine Comiskey CI and Hypothesis tests part 1 Hypothesis Testing   -  Developing Null and Alternative Hypotheses   -  Type I and Type II Errors   -   Population Mean:  S Known   -  Population Mean:  S Unknown   -  Population Proportion  

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