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The aim of the seminar was to address the concept of big data as a contested terrain of imagination and practice which is understood in different ways by economic and political powers on the one hand and political activists on the other. This seminar focuses on these discursive tensions by exploring activists practices and beliefs about big data. In particular, we aim at deconstructing the concept of big data from an activist perspective and at discussing how social movement actors related to big data. 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Extra spending on reducing mental illness would be self-financing, the researchers added, because it would be recovered by the government through higher employment and increased tax receipts together with a reduction in NHS costs from fewer GP visits and hospital A&amp;E admissions. https://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/dec/12/happiness-depends-on-health-and-friends-not-money-says-new-study The Telegraph Finding love makes you happier than a pay rise, study finds Finding love and enjoying good mental health are by far the most important keys to a happy life, a study by the London School of Economics has found. Both factors were found to be more significant contributors to an individual's overall contentment than economic factors, including doubling one's salary, according to analysis by the LSE. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/12/12/finding-love-makes-happier-pay-rise-study-finds/ The Independent Unhappiness more likely to result from poor mental health or being single than economic factors, major new study finds LSE academics want to 'revolutionise how we think about human priorities' and promote use of 'subjective wellbeing' as a measure of successful governance, instead of economy. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/happiness-study-lse-mental-health-relationships-money-does-not-dictate-subjective-wellbeing-a7468676.html BBC online - Newsday - BBC World Service Can treating health rather than wealth lead to more happiness? Governments are being told they must measure the happiness of their people. And Dr Richard Layard, who co-edits the World Happiness Report, says the evidence is now there to enable that to be done. He says tackling physical and mental health are key ways to improve happiness and are more effective than focussing on issues like poverty. Dr Layard works at the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04l38xr BBC News Mental health and relationships 'key to happiness' Good mental health and having a partner make people happier than doubling their income, a new study has found. The research by the London School of Economics looked at responses from 200,000 people on how different factors impacted their wellbeing. Suffering from depression or anxiety hit individuals hardest, whilst being in a relationship saw the biggest increase in their happiness. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38285223 FT.com Happy-go-lucky economics ...than a flawed but narrow one, such as income&quot;. A conference at the London School of Economics this week focuses on new... http://www.ft.com/cms/s/065b681c-c11b-11e6-9bca-2b93a6856354.html?FTCamp=engage/CAPI/webapp/Channel_Cision//B2B The Scotsman A partner has more impact on happiness than getting a pay rise Report co-author Richard Layard said: &quot;The evidence shows that the things that matter most for our happiness and for our misery are our social relationships and our mental and physical health. This demands a new role for the state - not 'wealth creation' but 'wellbeing creation'. http://www.scotsman.com/news/a-partner-has-more-impact-on-happiness-than-getting-a-pay-rise-1-4314989 LSE Business Review blog The big factors affecting life satisfaction are all non-economic What distinguishes 'Les Mis&eacute;rables' from the rest is neither poverty nor unemployment, but mental illness, write Andrew Clark, Sarah Fleche, Richard Layard, Nattavudh (Nick) Powdthavee and George Ward. http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/businessreview/2016/12/12/the-big-factors-affecting-life-satisfaction-are-all-non-economic/ The Sun Can't buy me love. Being in a loving relationship makes us happier than getting a pay rise, study shows The London School of Economics examined studies of 200,000 people worldwide to determine how different factors had an impact on wellbeing. It found people care most about income relative to other people. Unemployment, depression and anxiety &not;disorders all reduced happiness by about 0.7. https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/2377840/being-in-a-loving-relationship-makes-us-happier-than-getting-a-pay-rise-study-shows/ TV and Radio India TV Money can't buy happiness only love can: study According to a recent research led by London School of Economics, not financial factors but meaningful relationship and robust mental health are the reasons behind a happy and content individual. It further added that the happiness of finding love and good mental health is much more than of doubling one's salary. http://www.indiatvnews.com/lifestyle/news-money-cant-buy-happiness-only-love-can-study-360601 NDTV (India) Love beats money when it comes to happiness: study Things that matter most for our happiness are social relationships and mental and physical health than economic factors, according to a study by the London School of Economics. http://www.ndtv.com/health/love-beats-money-when-it-comes-to-happiness-study-1637142 WCCO-TV-online Should society pay closer attention to happiness, mental health? In a new study, researchers at the London School of Economics say that much of the misery in the world is tied to human relationships and mental health issues, not money problems (2:44). WCCO Mid-Morning. http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/video/3591638-should-society-pay-closer-attention-to-happiness-mental-health/ BBC Radio London LSE study on wellbeing Discussion re a study from the London School of Economics which shows most human misery is due to physical and mental illness and failed relationships, not poverty http://mms.tveyes.com/playerlette.aspx?StationID=7295?tDateTime=12%2f12%2f2016+06%3a21%3a01&amp;Duration=302&amp;ShowAllControls=true&amp;MaxWidth=320&amp;PartnerID=1535&amp;ShowScrubber=true Also on • BBC World Service , BBC Breakfast , BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, BBC Hereford and Worcester, BBC Radio Cornwall, BBC Radio Scotland (Glasgow), BBC Coventry &amp; Warwickshire, BBC Radio Nottingham, BBC Radio 5 Live, LBC Radio, Magic 105.4 FM, BBC Radio Leeds, BBC Lincolnshire, BBC Radio Humberside, BBC Radio Kent, BBC Radio Lancashire, BBC Radio Merseyside, BBC Wales (Bangor) LBC Radio James O'Brien - James sums up why Britain is miserable in three simple points James O'Brien was at his passionate best as he summed up why Britain is 'miserable' in three simple points. London School of Economics has released research claiming good mental health and relationships are the 'key to happiness'. http://www.lbc.co.uk/radio/presenters/james-obrien/james-why-britain-is-miserable-in-three-points/ Sverige Radio (Sweden) Mental health provides more happiness than money Rich countries should invest much more on mental health than today, it is much more important than combating poverty to increase citizens ' happiness. It shows a comprehensive study presented at a scientific conference in London today. http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=83&amp;artikel=6585784 Swedish Television online Psykvard go ross lyckligare an pengar/Mental health makes us happier than money Mental disorders account for four times more perceived unhappiness than poverty does in all study the OECD countries, but nevertheless are evidence-based mental health extremely underfunded throughout the Western world, &quot;said research team leader professor Richard Layard. http://www.svt.se/nyheter/vetenskap/psykvard-gor-oss-lyckligare-an-pengar Online iTech Post Money can't buy happiness, new study shows According to the research team, the study &quot;revolutionises how we think about human priorities&quot; and promote using the &quot;burgeoning new science of 'subjective wellbeing'&quot; as a measure of successful governance, instead of the economy. The team also noted the mental illness was an enormous factor in unhappiness and that this issue should be addressed by policymakers. The role of the state in the well-being of its people has recently been shifted, the study notes. Although steps have been taken to address poverty, unemployment, education, and physical health, governments should not forget that domestic violence, alcoholism, depression and anxiety are equally important factors in the overall well-being of citizens. http://www.itechpost.com/articles/64492/20161212/money-cant-buy-happiness-new-study-shows.htm sipse.com (Mexico) Vencer depresi&oacute;n y ansiedad ayudar&iacute;a a acabar con la pobreza: economistas http://sipse.com/ciencia-y-salud/felicidad-buenas-relaciones-estudio-economia-londres-ciencia-234381.html Postimees Tervis (Estonia) Two of the factors that make a person happy http://tervis.postimees.ee/3943617/kaks-tegurit-mis-teevad-inimese-onnelikuks Le Matin (France) A study on happiness says it is a matter of friendship more than money Most of the suffering can be attributed to poor social relations and to the a les maladies disease rather than to lack of money, considers research expanded from the London School of Economics. http://www.lematin.ch/societe/vivre/standard/bonheur-affaire-amitie-dargent/story/26692488 [Daily] Mail online Money really doesn't make you happy: New study reveals tackling mental health problems would 'reduce misery' more than solving poverty Money really can't buy happiness, according to an extensive research project into Britain's well-being. The cheapest way and most effective way to make Britain feel happier and to reduce misery levels is by improving mental health treatment. A study by Lord Richard Layard and others at the London School of Economics found that treating depression and anxiety would reduce misery in the UK by 20 per cent. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4023428/Money-really-doesn-t-make-happy-New-study-reveals-tackling-mental-health-problems-reduce-misery-solving-poverty.html Shropshire Star Partners are the key to happiness Having a partner has a greater impact on a person's happiness than getting a pay rise, an international study has discovered. http://www.shropshirestar.com/shropshire-business/money/uk-money/2016/12/12/partners-are-the-key-to-happiness/ Also in: Guernsey Press Partners are the key to happiness http://guernseypress.com/business/uk-money/2016/12/12/partners-are-the-key-to-happiness/ Public Finance International Governments urged to focus spending on wellbeing and mental health Governments should focus spending on mental health and wellbeing, researchers have argued, after a study found these are more closely linked to happiness than financial problems or poverty. The landmark study, led by Lord Richard Layard, wellbeing programme director at the London School of Economics Centre for Economic Performance, found that eliminating depression and anxiety could have four times more impact on happiness than eliminating poverty would. http://www.publicfinanceinternational.org/news/2016/12/governments-urged-focus-spending-wellbeing-and-mental-health Mashable UK This is the key to happiness and it's not what you think A study by the London School of Economics, which looked at responses from 200,000 people, found that suffering from depression or anxiety were the main causes for human misery. http://mashable.com/2016/12/12/happiness-mental-health-money-relationship/#dft11LVLuuqw Newsweek Study reveals the key to happiness - and it's not money Love is officially more important to people than money, as a study reveals being in relationship makes people happier than doubling their income. The research, published by the London School of Economics, looked at responses from 200,000 British people and identified that poor mental health posed the greatest threat to a person's contentment. The biggest dip in life satisfaction among respondents was down to depression and anxiety; unemployment resulted in a similar dip, according to the BBC. http://europe.newsweek.com/key-happiness-not-money-report-530738 The Indian Express Happiness depends on mental health, not money: study The report supports the arguments put forward by [Richard] Layard over several decades that social and psychological factors are more important to the wellbeing of individuals than income levels. http://indianexpress.com/article/lifestyle/life-style/happiness-depends-on-mental-health-not-money-study-4423929/ BBC - T&uuml;rk&ccedil;e The secret of happiness: mental health and relationships London School of Economics in the UK's new research, says happiness affected by the people's mental health and the presence of a partner. http://www.bbc.com/turkce/haberler-38288108 tg24Sky.IT (Italy) L'amore rende pi&ugrave; felici dei soldi. Almeno secondo uno studio inglese/ Love makes you happier than money. At least according to an English study For the London School of Economics sentimental factors are more important than economic ones for the mental well-being of individuals. http://tg24.sky.it/tg24/salute-e-benessere/2016/12/12/amore-soldi-felicita.html See also Libero Gossip L'amore rende piu felici del denaro/Love makes you happier than money. At least according to an English study The causes of happiness- The &quot;Origins of happiness&quot; study was conducted by a team from the London School of Economics and will be presented in a Conference at the University of London on 12 and 13 December. http://gossip.libero.it/focus/37450888/l-amore-rende-pi%C3%83%C2%B9-felici-del-denaro/amore-denaro/?type= ABC online (Spain) Tener pareja nos hace m&aacute;s felices que una subida salarial/We are more happy when in a couple than when we have a rise in wages Lord Richard Layard, an economist that in its day was part of the advisory team for the Governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, and a co-author of the study, believes that the State should change its approach at this time to help citizens. The results of the study show that things that matter more for our happiness and combatting discomfort are personal relationships and health: mental and physical. The State should not be so bent on the creation of wealth and should worry more about the real welfare of people. In the past the State attacked poverty, unemployment, education and health. http://www.abc.es/sociedad/abci-tener-pareja-hace-mas-felices-subida-salarial-201612121348_noticia.html City A.M. The secret to happiness? Scientists have a new theory (and it's not money) Can money buy you happiness? It's a perennial question asked by exhausted shoppers and scientists, but new research has identified two other factors with greater influence on your life satisfaction than mere money. It's mental health and having a partner which determine your happiness more than income, or even education, London School of Economics researchers have discovered. http://www.cityam.com/255447/secret-happiness-scientists-have-new-theory-and-its-not Harper's Bazaar Happiness depends on love rather than money, new study finds Whoever said money can buy happiness has just been proved wrong. Finding love has a greater impact on contentment than getting a pay rise, according to a new study. Major research by the London School of Economics examined a number of factors that contribute to a person's happiness, the BBC reports. http://www.harpersbazaar.co.uk/culture/culture-news/news/a38909/happiness-depends-on-love-not-money-lse-study/ Good Housekeeping Study has unveiled the 'key to happiness' Report co-author Prof Richard Layard told the BBC that the findings meant that the state needed to play a new role in its citizens' happiness - focusing on 'wellbeing creation' rather than 'wealth creation'. http://www.goodhousekeeping.co.uk/news/study-has-unveiled-the-key-to-happiness Yahoo! India Finding love, not money, key to a happy life A new research by London School of Economics reinforces the belief that money cannot buy you happiness -- at least as much as finding love and enjoying a good mental health can. 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Claire Haworth (Bristol) Thursday 18 June 2015 13:00 - 14:15 Same Exposure but Different Response: The Importance of Considering Individual Differences in Environmental Sensitivity Michael Pluess (QMUL)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://cep.lse.ac.uk/_new/events/seminar_past.asp?ID=68</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1E8842AA-55C4-4D0A-90BE-A1EE64219922</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>19C8C974-8C17-4E9F-90DD-62FB1BB2FEBE</id><outcomeid>5e160e9c04b888.41925223</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/19C8C974-8C17-4E9F-90DD-62FB1BB2FEBE</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>OECD International Worksop on Putting Well-being Metrics into Policy Action (3-4 October 2019)</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>The goal of this workshop was to assist national governments in developing innovative approaches to putting people's well-being at the centre of public policy. 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This would be considered a non-controversial response. The intuitive assumption when considering subjective wellbeing and psychological distress is that factors associated with one are associated with the other - albeit in the opposite direction. But what if we're wrong? What if wellbeing and mental illness, or happy and sad, are not two sides of the same mental health coin? In this blog for World Mental Health Day, Dr Praveetha Patalay examines the factors that influence children's mental illness and wellbeing using the Millennium Cohort Study. The blog appeared on the What Works for Wellbeing blog, and was cross-posted to the IOE London blog and the CLS website.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://whatworkswellbeing.org/2016/10/10/childrens-mental-wellbeing-and-ill-health-not-two-sides-of-the-same-coin/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1E8842AA-55C4-4D0A-90BE-A1EE64219922</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>EF1D4A47-F71B-4F23-8D57-515090F0E082</id><outcomeid>58c9282f6a06e0.29985169</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/EF1D4A47-F71B-4F23-8D57-515090F0E082</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>The Origins of Happiness Blog, December 2016</description><form>Engagement focused website, blog or social media channel</form><primaryAudience>Media (as a channel to the public)</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Blog about the LSE OECD December Conference. Picked up by international news media (see press round up) Understanding the key determinants of people's life satisfaction will suggest policies for how best to reduce misery and promote wellbeing. This column discusses evidence from survey data on Australia, Britain, Germany, and the US which indicate that the things that matter most are people's social relationships and their mental and physical health; and that the best predictor of an adult's life satisfaction is their emotional health as a child. 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Academic links and developments. What is going on measuring wellbeing. Roger Halliday, Chief Statistician &amp; Head of Performance, Scottish Government</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1E8842AA-55C4-4D0A-90BE-A1EE64219922</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>26AC63B4-498C-46C5-BCB2-05F769D30097</id><outcomeid>5c7eab0b997f60.33554350</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/26AC63B4-498C-46C5-BCB2-05F769D30097</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Richard Layard gave lunchtime seminar to civil servants at DCLG on "Wellbeing and policy analysis", invited by Stephen Aldridge (October 2018)</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Richard Layard gave lunchtime seminar to civil servants at DCLG on &quot;Wellbeing and policy analysis&quot;, invited by Stephen Aldridge (October 2018)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1E8842AA-55C4-4D0A-90BE-A1EE64219922</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>B3017028-80FA-42A0-8D02-2F24271A7978</id><outcomeid>5c7e9f6ccf6817.66114019</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/B3017028-80FA-42A0-8D02-2F24271A7978</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Inaugural meeting of the reinvigorated APPG on Wellbeing Economics, Houses of Parliament and WWCW (Layard)</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018,2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Richard Layard and Gus O'Donnel have restarted the APPG on Wellbeing Economics with WWCW providing adminsitrative support. 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Do people trade life satisfaction for additional years of life? Tessa Peasgood (University of Sheffield) Thursday 22 September 2016 13:00 - 14:15 Faster, Higher, Stronger... and Happier? The 'Photo-Finish' Effect and Other Determinants of Athlete Emotions Laura Kudrna (LSE) Thursday 08 September 2016 13:00 - 14:15 Determinants of resilience in adult mental health Paul Frijters (University of Queensland) Thursday 09 June 2016 13:00 - 14:15 How childhood affects crime Steve Machin (CEP, London School of Economics and University College London) Thursday 26 May 2016 13:00 - 14:15 Costs and benefits of early intervention Leon Feinstein (Early Intervention Foundation) , joint with Kirsten Asmussen and Haroon Chowdry (EIF) Thursday 19 May 2016 13:00 - 14:15 A computational and neural model of momentary happiness Robb Rutledge (UCL) Thursday 12 May 2016 13:00 - 14:15 Work-time duration and subjective wellbeing. Evidence from a French reform, and Unemployment benefits and job satisfaction: Evidence from Germany Anthony Lepinteur (PSE, CEP) , joint with Alexandre Georgieff (PSE, CEP) Thursday 05 May 2016 13:00 - 14:15 Wellbeing in policy: approaches and challenges Ewen McKinnon (Cabinet Office) Thursday 28 April 2016 13:00 - 14:15 Do people seek to maximize their subjective wellbeing - and fail? Hannes Schwandt (Zurich) Thursday 10 March 2016 13:00 - 14:15 Determinants of wellbeing at older ages - from the MRC National Survey of Health and Development Mai Stafford (UCL) Thursday 03 March 2016 13:00 - 14:15 The role of mental health, physical health and social activity in determining life-satisfaction in later life Andrew Steptoe (Psycho-biology Group, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, UCL) Thursday 18 February 2016 13:00 - 14:15 Would You Choose to be Happy? Tradeoffs between Happiness and the Other Dimensions of Life in a Large Population Survey George Kavetsos (QMUL and CEP) Thursday 11 February 2016 13:00 - 14:15 Employee satisfaction, labor market flexibility, and stock returns around the world Alex Edmans (London Business School) Thursday 28 January 2016 13:00 - 14:15 Home Sweet Home: (Mis-)Beliefs About the Extent to Which Home Ownership Makes People Happy Alois Stutzer (University of Basel)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://cep.lse.ac.uk/_new/events/seminar_past.asp?ID=68</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1E8842AA-55C4-4D0A-90BE-A1EE64219922</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>88EEE0A4-A2D8-4536-9C53-2F499599630B</id><outcomeid>5c7ead8267fa05.76850579</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/88EEE0A4-A2D8-4536-9C53-2F499599630B</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>13 June 2018: Paul Frijters presented at a Treasury roundtable on the Green Book.</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>13 June 2018: Paul Frijters presented at a Treasury roundtable on the Green Book.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1E8842AA-55C4-4D0A-90BE-A1EE64219922</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>19B74B92-EFFB-4770-BD61-A1DB405ED566</id><outcomeid>56e03117f09af4.67893011</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/19B74B92-EFFB-4770-BD61-A1DB405ED566</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Half-day Workshop on Wellbeing over the Lifecourse (LSE, February 2016)</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Workshop on Wellbeing over the Life-Course Organised by the OECD, the Centre for Economic Performance of the London School of Economics and CEPREMAP Well-Being Observatory 1.00-5.30pm, 25 February 2016 Introduction Richard Layard (CEP) The determinants of childhood wellbeing Nick Powdthavee (CEP) The determinants of adult wellbeing Andrew Clark (CEP/PSE) 5.30pm Ends * * *</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1E8842AA-55C4-4D0A-90BE-A1EE64219922</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>93A09D09-F347-4DFE-AAA1-6D8F81FD3A33</id><outcomeid>5a9fe705cc7cc9.47111245</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/93A09D09-F347-4DFE-AAA1-6D8F81FD3A33</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>BEIS Time to Change Event</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Richard Layard presented on Wellbeing &amp;Public Policy at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy's &quot;Time to Change Event&quot; on 10 October. 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A forthcoming book by Richard Layard and colleagues discusses evidence on the origins of happiness in survey data from Australia, Germany, the UK and the United States. 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This workshop aims to explore ways in which this data can be used more to inform wellbeing research in the wider community. About the workshop In partnership with the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, the Centre for Longitudinal Studies (CLS) is hosting a one-day workshop exploring the ways in which data sourced from longitudinal birth cohort studies can be used to inform wellbeing research. In addition to discovering what datasets and measures are currently available, delegates will find out about the latest research, and gain a first-hand insight into how use these datasets during a live methods and data demonstration. This workshop is open to all those interested in using cohort data to analyse wellbeing, in particular we welcome policymakers, third sector representatives and academics wanting to undertake well-being research using cohort studies. The workshop will be aimed primarily at new data users, but experienced users are also welcome. Provisional programme Chair: Heather Joshi 9:45 - 10:00 Registration and refreshments 10:00 - 10:45 Introduction Alissa Goodman, CLS &amp; Martina Narayanan, CLS 10:45 - 11:10 Tea/coffee 11:10 - 13:00 What's new in wellbeing research using cohort studies? - What factors predict child and adult wellbeing? Praveetha Patalay, CLS &amp; University of Liverpool - What makes a successful life? Nick Powdthavee, University of Warwick - Childhood socio-economic position and adult mental wellbeing. Mai Stafford, UCL Institute of Epidemiology &amp; Health/Natasha Wood, MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing at UCL - Effect of childhood bereavement on wellbeing. Alison Penny, National Children's Bureau 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch 14:00 - 15:00 Option A. Methods and Data workshop with George Ploubidis and Benedetta Pongiglione. (Room TW2 4.02, LSE) Learn how to use cohort data during a live demonstration in the computer lab. 14:00 - 15:30 Option B. Research Q&amp;A with Heather Joshi, Alissa Goodman and Praveetha Patalay. 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The AEA event is attended by international academics, media and business/policy figures alike. 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The clear aspiration at launch was to go beyond measurement and for the new statistics to be a means to an end for government in taking 'practical steps' to ensure our decisions are very much focussed on quality of life. Most recently the Prime Minister, at the first cabinet meeting of the new government, challenged ministers to ensure &quot;every decision we take, every policy we pursue, every programme we start&quot; gives everyone the best chance of &quot;living a fulfilling and good life&quot;. But practically how do we build the wealth of research on well-being into our decision making? What are the tools we need and where are the evidence gaps? Last year the government established an independent What Works Centre to answer these questions - bringing together the best academic minds and think tanks for a three year programme. Come along to this event to learn more about the progress that is being made and to have your say on the work of the centre so that it delivers the economic and social research tools that can help you in your day job. Agenda: Introduction (Amanda Rowlatt - Chair) Session 1 - What Works for Well-being? ? Why Well-being? (Lord O'Donnell) ? What Works Centre for Well-being - How can it help the GES/R? (Dr Paul Litchfield) Panel Questions &amp; Answers Session 2 - What Works Centre Evidence Programmes ? Cross-Cutting Evidence - Tools, Training and Guidance (Prof Richard Layard and Dr Jan-Emmanuel De Neve) ? Work, Adult Learning and Well-being (Professor Kevin Daniels) ? Sport, Culture and Well-being (Professor Paul Dolan) ? Community Well-being (Saamah Abdallah) Panel Questions &amp; Answers Final Discussion - What would you like to see? How can the centre help you? 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Attendees: David Smith (the Times); Will Hutton (Guardian); Mark Easton (BBC); Simon Jenkins (Guardian); Larry Elliot (Observer); Callum Williams (The Economist); Rishi Khosla; Minouche Shafik (LSE Director). 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The overall objective of the conference will be to provide a safe forum for researchers, practitioners, service users, NHS representatives, charities, students and funders to exchange views and talk constructively about the contested boundaries of well-being in public mental health and discuss options for improving the situation going forward. 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Historically the EQ5D questionnaire has been NICE's preferred method to calculate the QALY because it was the only one to have a UK value set (tariff) enabling it to be used in cost-utility analysis. Whilst there are inherent limitations in all available measures, the role of the QALY and the EQ5D in national access decisions has focussed scrutiny. The challenges have included a lack of sensitivity and that not all the outcomes that are important are captured, particularly for public health and social care interventions. An intervention may be financed by one sector and have additional benefits in others which are not captured and there is no consistency in decision-making. Therefore methodological development is required. To inform the future research agenda addressing cross-sector decision making, a meeting was held at the MRC on 14th July 2015 attended by representatives of various academic institutions, patient organisations, NICE, the Department of Health, NIHR, health charities, What Works in Wellbeing, the Cabinet office and the Medical Research Council. There were presentations on the MRC research grant process, NICE's approach to science policy development and current difficulties faced by NICE. An overview of the current methods available for cross sector benefit measurement commissioned by the MRC was presented and a summary given from the social care perspective. The presentations were followed by discussion. During the meeting, there were a number of emerging themes that can be categorised into three overlapping topics: 1. Foundational questions of valuation and decision-making - the underlying value judgements that need to be made to construct and utilise a benefit measure suitable for decision- making. 2. Methods of benefit measurement - the type of benefits NICE should prioritise over others given its remit and the broad methodological approaches available to measure these benefits. 3. 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Aim of the course was to enable analysts to evaluate policy options in terms of their impact on the wellbeing of the population (relative to cost). 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This event was held on 29 January and was run by Martin Knapp.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wellbeing-cost-effectiveness-analysis-free-one-day-workshop-tickets-41388321584#</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1E8842AA-55C4-4D0A-90BE-A1EE64219922</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>C5E0CDEC-2C2E-41C7-975D-06A7A7CD1A8B</id><outcomeid>58c7e9c548d9d3.10239726</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/C5E0CDEC-2C2E-41C7-975D-06A7A7CD1A8B</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Presentation at the World Government Summit, Dubai, 11-12 February 2017</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>We have been invited to shape a World Happiness Council, sponsored by the United Arab Emirates government, in conjunction with the OECD. The aim will be to provide evidence and policy advice to governments regarding the best practices to promote happiness and wellbeing. It will bring several governments together to look at best practice through thematic working groups, backed by an expert advisory council on which the WHR co-editors (Jeff Sachs, John Helliwell and Richard Layard). Themes will include: Policy-evaluation; Health; Cities; Work; Education and Personal happiness. 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As part of the exhibition, there will be also a talk that will further introduce the work from the UCL Soft Haptics and Robotics team on Robotics and AI.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.robotday.co.uk/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/20000457-3A80-4090-9B96-A166D54E8BBD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>731770FB-A4F2-4AE4-B806-63FAB313A2AC</id><outcomeid>6412fe3769b488.98179793</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/731770FB-A4F2-4AE4-B806-63FAB313A2AC</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>ICRA 2022 Workshop Frontiers of Endoluminal Intervention: Clinical opportunities and technical challenges, Philadelphia, USA</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Postgraduate students</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>This workshop aims to address clinical opportunities, technical requirements and regulatory challenges for translating continuum robotics to practical clinical use. It is designed as an interactive workshop between researchers, engineers and clinicians to brainstorm about the different areas and identify barriers to using continuum robots in a clinical setting. The result of the workshop will be to create a list of technical and clinical challenges that need to be resolved while also serving to build bridges between the clinical, engineering and regulatory communities.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://wordpress.com/page/helge-wurdemann.com/1438</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/20000457-3A80-4090-9B96-A166D54E8BBD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>440860A8-311B-4E85-96E8-5640B406094E</id><outcomeid>6412fe8183eff9.05949412</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/440860A8-311B-4E85-96E8-5640B406094E</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>ICRA 2022 Workshop on Leveraging Advancements in Smart Materials Science: Soft Robots Gaining New Abilities through Smart and Functional Materials, Philadelphia, USA</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Postgraduate students</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>The field of soft robotics has made inroads into a number of applications, filling the niches where traditional robots are unable to compete. This development is driven by new smart and functionalized materials that enable innovative soft robotic abilities. This ICRA 2022 workshop will bring together experts from the fields of materials science and soft robotics, bridging the gap between the disciplines to develop the next generation of cutting-edge soft robotic systems. The workshop will explore current challenges to create new soft robotic systems using smart and functionalized materials in the future. Three sessions, each introduced by a leading researcher from materials science and followed by keynote presentations of soft robotics researchers, will focus on smart materials for actuators, sensors and applications. A panel discussion, moderated and streamed by the Soft Robotics Debate, will discuss obstacles, challenges and the future direction. As part of the workshop, real demonstrators will be presented to illustrate the opportunities arising from smart materials in a soft robotic context.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.spp2100.de/icra2022</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/20000457-3A80-4090-9B96-A166D54E8BBD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>5CA4D58D-BB80-4A60-9789-326D6E8EC3AE</id><outcomeid>6412fec37b1de2.54062146</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/5CA4D58D-BB80-4A60-9789-326D6E8EC3AE</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>ICRA 2022 Workshop on Soft Robots for Humanity, Kyoto, Japan</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Postgraduate students</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Over the past decade, soft material robotics has established itself as an important research topic, as evidenced by the surge of publications in journals, such as &quot;Soft Robotics&quot; and dedicated sessions at major robotics conferences, i.e., ICRA/IROS. Applications of soft robotics have included areas in industry and agriculture and have expanded into healthcare, education, and exploration. One key advantage of soft robots over traditional rigid robots is the inherently safe characteristics, resulting from the inherently soft materials they are made of, in particular when collaborating closely with humans. Applications of soft robots are thus often in areas beyond classical automation, cycle time reduction and profit maximization through their rigid counterparts. This IROS 2022 workshop will identify current applications of soft robotic systems and highlight opportunities of soft robots shaping a symbiotic society and a better world of tomorrow. Exciting presentations on the basics of ethics in robotics, the empowerment of young researchers from underrepresented backgrounds in science and the importance of technical education for children will form the basis for the following technical presentations by renowned researchers and their soft robots for humanity with a panel discussion moderated and streamed by the Soft Robotics Debate.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.spp2100.de/iros2022</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/20000457-3A80-4090-9B96-A166D54E8BBD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>07867506-31C9-44D1-9ED0-BB7B955EFFD0</id><outcomeid>5e69e05f227a44.57845685</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/07867506-31C9-44D1-9ED0-BB7B955EFFD0</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Invited talk, MRC Centre for Transplantation, King's College London, UK</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019,2020</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Current Preclinical Concepts and the Future of Robotics Research</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Local</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/20000457-3A80-4090-9B96-A166D54E8BBD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>4E530196-1FD6-47DC-8338-983D92F2034E</id><outcomeid>6412f9c6a93b03.53052768</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/4E530196-1FD6-47DC-8338-983D92F2034E</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>The Autonomous Vehicle Takeover, Fifteen Seconds Festival, Graz, Austria</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Keynote talk at the Fifteen Seconds Festival, an international platform at the intersection of business, innovation, and creativity, calling all curious minds eager to share their knowledge, drive positive change, and shape the future. Initialised potential collaboration with the University of Graz.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/20000457-3A80-4090-9B96-A166D54E8BBD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>8B360E69-8E18-4498-B3AE-7A5004411C7E</id><outcomeid>5e69e5c7850912.40886711</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/8B360E69-8E18-4498-B3AE-7A5004411C7E</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Invited talk - Cardiovascular Robotics, Japanese French Week on Mechatronics, Université Savoie Mont Blanc, Annecy, France</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or 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Some of these modelling techniques offer design optimisation with regards to application-driven requirements, a thorough kinematic, stiffness, force analysis of the system, or an evaluation of a control strategy, to name a few. These mathematical tools in combination with experimental evaluation test rigs can be extremely powerful tools to gain detailed understanding of a soft robotic system. This full-day event will provide a platform to researchers, who have created soft robotic toolboxes and experimental test rigs, (i) to give hands-on tutorial sessions, (ii) to explore requirements for a joint, soft robotic toolbox together with the soft robotic community, (iii) explore synergies of current toolboxes, and (iv) through a plenary discussion, identify what hurdles remain to advance this project of developing a joint toolbox resulting in a roadmap. 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Feedback from the festival found that 56.4% of delegates agreed and 27.7% strongly agreed with the statement &quot;The event/s encourage me to think about how I can better use research, evaluation, critical reflection in my work and contribute to developing a shared understanding of cultural value&quot; Objectives met by the events programme: To introduce the Centre, its offer and core activities To contextualise our work in the contet of Covid-19 Pandemic To deepen engagement with and between our key audiences and mobilise a sense of collective endeavor and collaboration. To encourage our key audiences to think about how they can develop a culture of reflective practice and use evaluation and research in their work. To highlight a diverse range of voices and types of practice from across all four nations of the UK. 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China.</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2010</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>talk sparked questions and discussion afterwards developed links with Chinese partners (CAFA)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/275ED241-2E21-4421-8DD6-A0C9D3E48A65</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>1DEAD518-CFA8-4F7C-99E6-BDE163152784</id><outcomeid>54646c9973c457.60740948</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/1DEAD518-CFA8-4F7C-99E6-BDE163152784</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Tomorrows World - exhibition and industrial trade show Birmingham NEC UK</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2013</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>sparked questions, discussions and expanded network extended network of industrial contacts</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/275ED241-2E21-4421-8DD6-A0C9D3E48A65</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>607ACDB3-C920-4F5D-AC4C-E0775C6A9FD1</id><outcomeid>5463f0fe3b55a1.82161800</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/607ACDB3-C920-4F5D-AC4C-E0775C6A9FD1</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>• Research, Innovation and Product Development. 'Challenges and Opportunities for User Engagement'. 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Or How to Make? Challenges in meeting sustainable needs'. 2011. 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Outcomes resulted in collaborative EU bid with host institution and follow up with industry for potential collaboration</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.shu.ac.uk/research/c3ri/news-and-events?page=1&contype=news&archive=201409</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/275ED241-2E21-4421-8DD6-A0C9D3E48A65</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>4C5A5873-7CF8-4B4B-8FF2-392003FE9200</id><outcomeid>56e026901b9e03.53492327</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/4C5A5873-7CF8-4B4B-8FF2-392003FE9200</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Keynote Hong Kong Poly University. 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As a result of talk discussions are underway regarding potential research collaboration.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://www.sd.polyu.edu.hk/en/event/research-lecture-paulc-hamberlain</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/275ED241-2E21-4421-8DD6-A0C9D3E48A65</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>1107B817-E55D-4A7E-B27B-9CE4F9675482</id><outcomeid>5463f1742d58b5.14088116</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/1107B817-E55D-4A7E-B27B-9CE4F9675482</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>• 'Building partnerships' (2010) Keynote Speaker, Taking Stock, methods for Built Environment research, Greenbridge Conference, University of Cambridge.</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other academic audiences (collaborators, peers etc.)</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2010</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>talk sparked questions and discussion afterwards developed links with Cambridge University (two PhD examinations followed)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/0FA89BDD-DB28-4BEB-9950-A200A7A9D7A8</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>DEC27C2E-1399-48F5-8576-09AEBFDBA561</id><outcomeid>63fcc682525f84.12705178</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/DEC27C2E-1399-48F5-8576-09AEBFDBA561</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Connecting Roots: Informal interviews</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or dialogue</form><primaryAudience>Study participants or study members</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Informal interviews were held with stakeholders in Walsall who engaged with nature and/or social prescribing, allowing us to gauge local people's engagement and experience involving the health benefits of nature. These informal interviews offered us alternative perspectives based on citizens' opinions and experiences rather than those already involved in GSP.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/0FA89BDD-DB28-4BEB-9950-A200A7A9D7A8</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>DAC34F00-D328-4A5B-AFC6-D4F98E1A54DA</id><outcomeid>63fcc6d41814a9.35044481</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/DAC34F00-D328-4A5B-AFC6-D4F98E1A54DA</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Connecting Roots: Shadowing</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or dialogue</form><primaryAudience>Industry/Business</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Embedded observation and shadowing was undertaken at a VCSE in Walsall delivering social prescribing to generate an in-depth understanding of the daily experience of link workers and VCSEs. 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Continued to expand our network and invited participation to the next stage of research.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/0FA89BDD-DB28-4BEB-9950-A200A7A9D7A8</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>04DCACFB-7656-4C2F-9612-8AABE779D341</id><outcomeid>63fcc51077c5f8.67589503</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/04DCACFB-7656-4C2F-9612-8AABE779D341</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Connecting Roots Consortium Meetings</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or dialogue</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022,2023</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>The consortium meetings bring together all the partners on the project at regular meetings which present and discuss the current research findings and future opportunities for engagement. It is an expert panel of professionals that support the project research.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/0FA89BDD-DB28-4BEB-9950-A200A7A9D7A8</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>C78C29A9-2E5E-4E4C-B27F-692CD338128F</id><outcomeid>63fcc7765a4955.48549757</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/C78C29A9-2E5E-4E4C-B27F-692CD338128F</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Connecting Roots: Weekly meetings</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or dialogue</form><primaryAudience>Study participants or study members</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022,2023</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Meetings are conducted regularly so that the research team can come together and share their research findings. 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This provided several previously unexplored research insights and directions.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/0FA89BDD-DB28-4BEB-9950-A200A7A9D7A8</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>EFA684EA-605C-4F3C-8105-1252FC0C59C1</id><outcomeid>63fcc7dd8681c3.06890289</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/EFA684EA-605C-4F3C-8105-1252FC0C59C1</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Connecting Roots: Journey mapping</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or dialogue</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Following interviews, maps were developed of the journeys taken by the stakeholders within the Social Prescribing system of Walsall. 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In the Committee's final report, Fisher's written and oral evidence was cited some fourteen times, and in three substantive areas highlighted in Fisher's written evidence (referendum spending limits, reforms in respect of the provision of electoral registers to participants, and the need for sufficient time in advance of the referendum to conduct necessary administration), the Committee either supported Fisher's recommendations or recommended they be considered by the Scottish government</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://sp-bpr-en-prod-cdnep.azureedge.net/published/FCC/2019/10/31/Stage-1-report-on-the-Referendums--Scotland--Bill/FCC052019R7.pdf</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/0FDB24DC-FFE2-42A5-B2FD-A109B7BB3D3F</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>FB70029D-D839-4275-8A43-EBDA7B20523C</id><outcomeid>5c939e52cdf484.73090500</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/FB70029D-D839-4275-8A43-EBDA7B20523C</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Presentation at the Cabinet Office</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>An invited presentation, entitled &quot;Digital Targeting: Are critics too alarmist?&quot; was made to officials from the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation and DCMS at the Cabinet Office in March 2019. 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The presentation sparked considerable debate and was successful in informing one of our stakeholder parties in respect of both the results of the research and how this stakeholder could potentially collaborate in future research. 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I gave a short presentation to inform the audience about how are drug-susceptible and -resistant parasites respond differently on drug exposure in vivo. This work was novel and is currently being written up for publication. This presentation allowed for critique and discussion within a knowledgeable community which will prove useful for future studies. I took two PhD students out to the meeting (their first chance to go to an international meeting post covid) and there was good representation of PGR students, which gave them a great opportunity to meet their international peers. 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July 2022. There was much interest in my presentation and it prompted an online discussion. It would have been nice to attend in person, but it was not possible on this occasion. The conference had been postponed due to Covid and was run in hybrid format. I was subsequently approached by an academic who was interested in collaborating in future.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2814B50C-8B0B-418C-B163-A0D0BC378EC1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>48E3228D-3C26-44DE-A01F-EA303D5E8E17</id><outcomeid>5aa68a42e2fa71.07397891</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/48E3228D-3C26-44DE-A01F-EA303D5E8E17</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Python training scheme at UoL</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Schools</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>16.06.17: Public engagement activity with HiPy (Python training scheme at UoL) widening participation schools - teaching Python coding using Codecademy and explaining how we use coding in science. 2 groups of approx. 20 students</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2814B50C-8B0B-418C-B163-A0D0BC378EC1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>785EC6FE-7524-4EB4-87AE-2C4612F6445D</id><outcomeid>64106779f29901.05868153</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/785EC6FE-7524-4EB4-87AE-2C4612F6445D</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Keynote presentation at International Conference for Parasitology [ICOPA)</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>ICOPA is the most prestigious and largest conference hosted within the international parasitology community. It has &gt;1000 delegates and highlights all areas of human, veterinary and zoonotic parasitology. I was delighted to be invited to talk about our work on determining the genetic basis of anthelmintic resistance in a common liver fluke, Fasciola hepatica. My keynote presentation was focused on work which has significantly advanced our understanding of how this parasite becomes resistant to the most efficacious flukicide, triclabendazole and highlighted our substantial progress in identifying the gene(s) conferring resistance. This work was entirely funded by BBSRC and has generated a number of vital resource for the liver fluke community, namely the first liver fluke genome draft and clonal liver fluke isolates of known genotype. Fasciola spp infections impact on both livestock and human health in many regions of the world, their was much discussion after my talk about what this might mean for detection of resistance in many host species and deployment of efficacious drugs to prevent disease due to this parasite. 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The group from Barnardo's came together to give their responses to the impact of the Stories to Connect project. 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Share our methods with wider international audience.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/291D2D3A-BE5C-4691-9ABC-A26CC24D6067</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>C8DC4666-C42C-4FDF-A788-61DE3DAADEE0</id><outcomeid>5c51dfbb26d081.15539413</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/C8DC4666-C42C-4FDF-A788-61DE3DAADEE0</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Blog posts about climate change</description><form>Engagement focused website, blog or social media channel</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Blog posts: http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2018/08/11/groundhog-day-in-the-hothouse/ http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2018/07/03/air-con-apocalypse/ http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2018/10/27/climate-change-metaphors-crimes-detectives-and-fingerprints/ http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2018/04/13/antimicrobial-resistance-climate-change-communication-governance-responsibility/ Guest post by Mike Sch&auml;fer, ETH, Zurich http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2018/04/08/climate-change-politics-role-china-window-opportunity-gain-soft-power/</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/291D2D3A-BE5C-4691-9ABC-A26CC24D6067</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>663303B4-9806-47B7-AF77-E57C9EF3EDCD</id><outcomeid>r-7321418437.4747972b654706</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/663303B4-9806-47B7-AF77-E57C9EF3EDCD</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Waiting for gate-gate</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2012</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Weblog http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2012/02/22/waiting-for-gate-gate/ Section not completed</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2012/02/22/waiting-for-gate-gate/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/291D2D3A-BE5C-4691-9ABC-A26CC24D6067</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>4FEEC6BF-BB89-4E04-BB97-5F5D711D459A</id><outcomeid>r-2982015565.95230052b812b74</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/4FEEC6BF-BB89-4E04-BB97-5F5D711D459A</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Making weather personal</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2014</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>I was idly reading The Observer on Sunday (2 March, 2014), when I happened to glance at an article about the Scottish island of Lewis and Harris in the Outer Hebrides. I read: &quot;The past few months, too, have shown how vulnerable an island community is when the weather becomes truculent&quot;. Truculent I thought; that's a new one. This made me think about other recent personifications of weather, as being 'on steroids' for example, and I asked myself: is (extreme) weather becoming personified in new ways? And does some weather even begin to personify climate change? (as Len Rosen asked in 2012: Is Hurricane Sandy Climate Change Personified?) Or would that be going too far? Would people say that making such a claim would be &quot;utterly the stupidest, most self-centered, appallingest excuse for an anthropomorphic personification in this or any other plane!&quot; (Death berating Dream in The Sandman)? 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Sharing our findings and especially methods with a wider sociologically interested audience</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/291D2D3A-BE5C-4691-9ABC-A26CC24D6067</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>12FB9478-7279-46CA-926D-861AEF7697F4</id><outcomeid>r-3443422050.6282732b6d58d8</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/12FB9478-7279-46CA-926D-861AEF7697F4</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Mitigation, adaptation, geoengineering: Patterns of discourse, patterns of mystery</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2013</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Weblog http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2013/06/05/mitigation-adaptation-geoengineering-patterns-of-discourse-patterns-of-mystery/ Section not completed</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2013/06/05/mitigation-adaptation-geoengineering-patterns-of-discourse-patterns-of-mystery/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/291D2D3A-BE5C-4691-9ABC-A26CC24D6067</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>9D0D4ACE-E322-4673-AB66-CDF1CD80C1A3</id><outcomeid>r-249917041.743096952b6b6906</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/9D0D4ACE-E322-4673-AB66-CDF1CD80C1A3</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Moderation impossible? Climate change, alarmism and rhetorical entrenchment</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2013</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Weblog http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2013/02/27/moderation-impossible-climate-change-alarmism-and-rhetorical-entrenchment/ Section not completed</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2013/02/27/moderation-impossible-climate-change-alarmism-and-rhetorical-entrenchment/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/291D2D3A-BE5C-4691-9ABC-A26CC24D6067</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>BD79A201-F50C-4B8E-ABF2-557ED3EA3D5D</id><outcomeid>r-1074347608.7919882b6585fe</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/BD79A201-F50C-4B8E-ABF2-557ED3EA3D5D</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Climategate, media volume and public concerns - what's the relation?</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2012</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Weblog http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2012/03/02/climategate-media-volume-and-public-concerns/ Section not completed</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/makingsciencepublic/2012/03/02/climategate-media-volume-and-public-concerns/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/11598804-3DEE-463B-822B-A1E9B9521872</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>BC7E4B59-461D-43DB-B2DB-C5BA442D9970</id><outcomeid>5e4be5ae83eab6.59674038</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/BC7E4B59-461D-43DB-B2DB-C5BA442D9970</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>• 2019 Pint of Science Leeds</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Postgraduate students</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Science fair with limited activities at stalls and seminar series aimed at all ages. 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The clubs were based in a local community centre. The aim of the activity was to encourage children to strengthen children's 'science identity' through regular activities based around science, with a focus on STFC science and technology.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Local</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1259B5D9-74CF-4A1D-B896-A25129820E5F</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>497F8287-2BA1-40F1-AAE9-53841B7B7144</id><outcomeid>5aa7af71aeaaf6.94095694</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/497F8287-2BA1-40F1-AAE9-53841B7B7144</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Panel discussion on machine learning and future HPC Intel HPC developer conference.</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or dialogue</form><primaryAudience>Industry/Business</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Invited as panel expert on future of HPC and machine learning by Intel at their annual HPC developer conference attended widely by Industry and research lab sector. Note, Boyle second from left in photograph on the Intel web page linked below.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/events/hpcdevcon/overview.html</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1259B5D9-74CF-4A1D-B896-A25129820E5F</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>E635F28F-B3E7-4249-92E7-46AB77F4E3F7</id><outcomeid>5aa7aeb098cd27.00396765</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/E635F28F-B3E7-4249-92E7-46AB77F4E3F7</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Talks presented on this activity at Intel Xeon Phi User Group conferences.</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Industry/Business</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016,2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Presented work in several Intel Xeon Phi User Group meetings.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1259B5D9-74CF-4A1D-B896-A25129820E5F</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>2468F18B-1EBD-4428-B175-8EB4F33E121D</id><outcomeid>5aa7affb7a6df6.12736450</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/2468F18B-1EBD-4428-B175-8EB4F33E121D</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Talk on MPI optimisation on Intel stand at Supercomputing 2017</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Industry/Business</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Decision influence: I Influenced Intel to modify, update and release optimisations to their MPI library for the Intel Omnipath interconnect. 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Attended by ~200 delegates, mainly postgraduate students, postdocs, undergraduates, academics, and animal husbandry technicians. 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Positive industry feedback about progress.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1265BD4B-BD5A-4256-959E-A08638C4F1A3</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>DF5AF407-2481-44F8-9237-06081C27ACD3</id><outcomeid>6040d3f9bc42c5.54738371</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/DF5AF407-2481-44F8-9237-06081C27ACD3</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Industry liaison</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Industry/Business</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2020,2021</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Presentation as a keynote speaker at two online webinars about the optimisation of omega-3 for health and robustness of salmon.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://youtu.be/jaDh8TiYths</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/1265BD4B-BD5A-4256-959E-A08638C4F1A3</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>7A29C8A7-D58F-41CE-96D0-3043DF3CB113</id><outcomeid>5e68f5051a1ac6.95712004</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/7A29C8A7-D58F-41CE-96D0-3043DF3CB113</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Talk on "How water chemistry and feeding profoundly influence fish physiology" - followed by Q/A and discussion with aquaculture industry representatives</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Industry/Business</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2020</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>SUNDERLAND MARINE: MARINE INSURANCE UK Event Risk Management for the Scottish Salmon Company 11 Feb 2020 &quot;Recirculation Aquaculture Systems&quot; Venue: Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), Oban. 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Audience included representatives from: The Scottish Salmon Company Sunderland Marine Insurance UK Dryden Aqua (water treatment company) Nova Q (microbiological water treatment company) Blue Unit (Danish water chemistry analytical company)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://i.emlfiles4.com/cmpdoc/1/2/2/6/7/1/files/46264_447---oban-event-risk-management-programme---feb-2020.pdf?utm_campaign=1856314_Aquaculture%20Reinsurance%20and%20Risk%20Management%20Conference%20-%20Thank%20you&utm_medium=email%2Cemail&utm_source=Th</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/20E37774-6C92-4D38-A375-A16FBD9CA236</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>F9BF6641-C5B1-4FF7-976B-769F7658E272</id><outcomeid>6402106779d2e1.74382406</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/F9BF6641-C5B1-4FF7-976B-769F7658E272</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Seminar at the Electron Microscopy Day of McGill University</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Industry/Business</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>About 100 people from industry, national energy providers, research labs, and academia attended a half-day event centered on microscopy at the University of McGill, Canada. I was invited to give the keynote talk. 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During the workshop 2, which lasted 5 sessions, participants drafted lyrics and worked on performing their song. 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Active reflection about CIPs in different teaching programmes and teachers' current practices were at the core of this workshop that use BIPHEC case studies as a main example to explore ways to strengthen pedagogical practices and campus/ classrooms dynamics actions to bolster intercultural understanding and active dialogue to decolonize traditional pedagogical practices.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/212266BE-DC0D-4AEC-9025-A26EA3DBD993</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>34183520-D1D8-42F6-A8FA-9F4C7144DA9E</id><outcomeid>641066349c3a33.08856630</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/34183520-D1D8-42F6-A8FA-9F4C7144DA9E</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Keynote at International Conference</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Undergraduate students</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2021</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>This presentation developed ideas about global citizenship through intercultural communication and in language learning contexts. 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The topic raised many interesting questions, in addition to asking some of the participants to make demonstrations of the activities in some educational institutions.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Local</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/212266BE-DC0D-4AEC-9025-A26EA3DBD993</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>7D5054CC-88E6-4DC0-9230-D10BFFE2E366</id><outcomeid>5e6527a825e5e6.41634909</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/7D5054CC-88E6-4DC0-9230-D10BFFE2E366</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Three Refugee-postgraduate student workshops</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Postgraduate students at Durham University organised (together with the PI and Co-I, and supported by the project advisor at Durham University) three interactive 3-hour workshops where these students could dialogue with refugees from Syria and Iraq about experiences of higher education in the UK. The collaboration was made possible and supported by employees at Durham County Council who are directly responsible for refugee settlement in County Durham. Through the exchanges the students and young people learnt about one anothers' educational experiences and the challenges of exclusion from education. 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Due to influx of interested visitors, the fair/ show was extended for two more days to continue also on 7-8 Dec 2019 (5-6 IUG weekend). The products of these creative Palestinian students reflected the conditions of conflict and protracted crises Palestinians have been going through for decades. These young students performed excellent recitations of poetry throughout the festival. Some shared their own poems, some others embodied the poems of other poets in both languages English and Arabic, and one student sang Shakespeare's sonnet 18 &quot;Shall I compare thee to a summer's day&quot;. The Festival/Fair is used as a multilingual and multicultural pedagogy to put young Palestinian youths at the crossroads of cultures, showcase Palestinian young talents, and engage the university students with the local community. The audience interacted largely with the activities displayed in each corner and were happy to see how Arabic poetry is related to the English one. 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Darby. Interview with Andrej Zawierko, PhD student at the VU Amsterdam, on prospects for residential demand response. 12th July 2016.</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Postgraduate students</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>S.J. Darby. 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In this collaborative, interactive and fun workshop we'll try and answer some of these questions together. Participants will explore the Museum of the Home's new Tomorrow's Home exhibition. They'll use ideas from the exhibition of what a home in 2050 might look like to inspire creative re-imaginings of what their home needs to be. Often this kind of thinking about our future lives and technologies and services is done behind closed doors in universities of big companies. In this workshop we want to open-up thinking about future homes and everyone's invited. The workshop is designed for anyone 18 or over that has an interest in the home and our place in it. You don't need to do anything in advance, and you'll be fully briefed on the day. People from across London are invited and we are especially interested in welcoming neighbours from Hackney and surrounding areas. 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Powerpoint style. 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The workshop introduced the key learnings and findings from the first stage of the project (on how residents use digital technologies for health and wellbeing in the home) and provided training based on these. 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The MANTIS project arises from this need and will inform the debate once results are generated.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/22CC96CD-6A8C-4044-823D-A083B4DCACCD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>B56ADD56-BE62-481D-A0AA-144A2AFD72E5</id><outcomeid>63fdc78e5d9d47.55263897</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/B56ADD56-BE62-481D-A0AA-144A2AFD72E5</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Digital Earth Workshop</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>40 people attended a workshop as part of the 'Digital Earth' series of workshops with the aim of discussing digital twins related to water.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mathematicsstatistics/research/stats/ai3/analytics/digitalearth/digitalearthanalytics/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/22CC96CD-6A8C-4044-823D-A083B4DCACCD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>305E7FCB-A566-499E-8DE8-2DD304EF90DF</id><outcomeid>620e6c8953b124.67646220</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/305E7FCB-A566-499E-8DE8-2DD304EF90DF</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Data Science of the Natural Environment Seminar, October 2021 (Prof. Claire Miller)</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2021</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Prof. Claire Miller (Team member) gave the Data Science of the Natural Environment (DSNE) Seminar, hosted virtually by the University of Lancaster, on 7th October 2021. Approximately 30 people attended, comprising academic and postdoctoral staff, and postgraduate students.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/data-science-of-the-natural-environment/seminars/claire-miller-statistics-air-quality</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/22CC96CD-6A8C-4044-823D-A083B4DCACCD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>C567B0D0-8D92-4968-ADCB-4F2AB88FB127</id><outcomeid>63f88fff7c3c39.71132479</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/C567B0D0-8D92-4968-ADCB-4F2AB88FB127</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>PICO talk/poster by Craig Wilkie at 2022 UK Conference on Environmental Data Science (CEDS), Lancaster</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>PICO talk and poster by Craig Wilkie on &quot;Statistical downscaling for fusion of satellite and in-river water quality data: application to the Ramganga river&quot;. 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Approximately 40 people attended.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://meetings.siam.org/sess/dsp_programsess.cfm?SESSIONCODE=70753</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/22CC96CD-6A8C-4044-823D-A083B4DCACCD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>79162AAB-5B31-4094-A7D1-75BBB00A07E5</id><outcomeid>6058a6bf2e1477.79299103</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/79162AAB-5B31-4094-A7D1-75BBB00A07E5</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Invited speaker at JSM 2020 (Dr. Surajit Ray)</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2020</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Dr. Surajit Ray (PI) was invited to present work on the project at the session titled &quot;Solving Environmental Problems Through Data Assimilation&quot; at the Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) 2020.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://ww2.amstat.org/meetings/jsm/2020/onlineprogram/AbstractDetails.cfm?abstractid=309219</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/22CC96CD-6A8C-4044-823D-A083B4DCACCD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>96CFBD78-2E9D-4433-A645-00033CAFDCFE</id><outcomeid>620e687f1d2845.92207518</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/96CFBD78-2E9D-4433-A645-00033CAFDCFE</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Presentation at 8th Channel Network Conference (Dr. Craig Wilkie)</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2021</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Dr. Craig Wilkie (Team member; Research Associate) presented a talk on work on the project at the session titled &quot;Spatial and environmental modelling&quot; at the 8th Channel Network Conference (CNC 2021) hosted virtually by the Conservatoire National des Arts et M&eacute;tiers (CNAM), of Paris, France.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://cnc21.sciencesconf.org/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/22CC96CD-6A8C-4044-823D-A083B4DCACCD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>97B813B6-AF82-4CB6-B8ED-9AAD34C4B330</id><outcomeid>6058a786aa0881.72315946</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/97B813B6-AF82-4CB6-B8ED-9AAD34C4B330</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Organiser and presenter in Future directions: Mathematical Sciences for GCRF Initiatives -- Surajit Ray</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2020</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>UK-wide initiate to develop synergies among the Mathematical sciences community working on research and capacity building in LMIC countries to compete for large-scale challenge-led interdisciplinary GCRF research calls. I have secured funds for two and organised the first EPSRC/ICMS funded workshop titled &quot;Future directions: Mathematical Science Community and GCRF initiatives&quot; and preparing a white paper for EPSRC for shaping future GCRF calls.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.icms.org.uk/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/22CC96CD-6A8C-4044-823D-A083B4DCACCD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>016E6E54-479F-41CC-AD67-CCCC075A5715</id><outcomeid>6058a7399cea18.79434716</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/016E6E54-479F-41CC-AD67-CCCC075A5715</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Invited speaker at TIES 2020 (Dr. Craig Wilkie)</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2020</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Dr. Craig Wilkie (Team member; 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conference of the London Mathematical Society (LMS), hosted by the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (9th-10th September 2021).</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.lms.ac.uk/events/meeting/prospects-mathematics</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/22CC96CD-6A8C-4044-823D-A083B4DCACCD</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>E00A6A07-BA99-4351-979A-E2371EA2244F</id><outcomeid>6058a35ac53360.76322037</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/E00A6A07-BA99-4351-979A-E2371EA2244F</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Presentation by Rajiv Sinha in the Lecture Series organised by VIgyan Prasar NETwork of Science Clubs (VIPNET)</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2021</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Wetlands are one of the most crucial sources of freshwater and one of the most productive ecosystems on the planet. The Gangetic wetlands are the largest riverine wetland system in India. To know how protection of these wetlands contribute in improving river health, listen to our upcoming Tuesday Lecture Join us for the 36th session in the lecture series on Tuesday, 02 March 2021, at 4:00 PM. Our 36th Lecture is on &quot;Protecting floodplains and riverine wetlands in the Ganga basin for fostering river health&quot; The talk will be delivered Prof. Rajiv Sinha, Department of Earth Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur. The talk will be of 30-40 minutes, followed by an interaction session. Don't miss the chance to interact with our expert to clear your doubts. You all can listen to the talk on the YouTube channel of VIPNET India and ask your queries there by typing it in the comment section. 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CEREB is a neuropsychology clinic, so the audience largely clinicians. Spoke about &quot;Functional outcomes of ADHD in young adulthood: Findings from the Environmental Risk (E-Risk) Longitudinal Twin Study&quot;.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/238256D2-81F6-4950-8D47-A1EFAD9FDED1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>FA26CD3A-08F3-407D-8CFD-B0B6109C9C3E</id><outcomeid>603e6f4f974c32.71668281</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/FA26CD3A-08F3-407D-8CFD-B0B6109C9C3E</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>WCPG presentation</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Postgraduate students</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2020</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Presentation of the project &quot;Polygenic risk and course of ADHD from childhood to young adulthood: Findings from a nationally- representative cohort&quot; at the World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics, virtual conference, October 2020.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/238256D2-81F6-4950-8D47-A1EFAD9FDED1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>013C5C8C-C8CC-4F65-969C-9B3E758D76EE</id><outcomeid>5c79ab1823e271.39121916</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/013C5C8C-C8CC-4F65-969C-9B3E758D76EE</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Request for expert opinion on recent publication</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Media (as a channel to the public)</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Quoted as expert in several publications, listed below: &quot;Teens glued to phones risk 'modest' rise in ADHD symptoms - study&quot; https://www.gmanetwork.com/news/lifestyle/healthandwellness/660860/teens-glued-to-phones-risk-modest-rise-in-adhd-symptoms-study/story/ &quot;Teens glued to phones risk 'modest' rise in ADHD symptoms - study&quot; https://news.abs-cbn.com/overseas/07/18/18/teens-glued-to-phones-risk-modest-rise-in-adhd-symptoms-study &quot;Teens glued to phones risk 'modest' rise in ADHD symptoms - study&quot; https://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/afp/article-5963777/Teens-glued-phones-risk-modest-rise-ADHD-symptoms-study.html &quot;Teens glued to phones risk 'modest' rise in ADHD symptoms: study&quot; https://www.todayonline.com/world/teens-glued-phones-risk-modest-rise-adhd-symptoms-study &quot;Digital Overload, Smartphones Could Cause Rise In Teen ADHD Symptoms&quot; https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2018/07/18/smartphones-adhd-study_a_23484720/?guccounter=1&amp;guce_referrer_us=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&amp;guce_referrer_cs=vPQc3O-L3PAT9XGvtK3wPQ</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://www.sciencemediacentre.org/expert-reaction-to-association-of-digital-media-use-and-adhd-symptoms-among-teenagers/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/238256D2-81F6-4950-8D47-A1EFAD9FDED1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>BE45EE31-20A8-4793-84C3-0AE511A34329</id><outcomeid>5a97249c86d712.66030845</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/BE45EE31-20A8-4793-84C3-0AE511A34329</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>SGDP Centre talk</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>I presented at the Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry (SGDP) Centre weekly seminar, which is attended by masters- and doctoral-level students, as well as postdocs and professors, affiliated with the SGDP Centre and those in the wider Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Local</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/238256D2-81F6-4950-8D47-A1EFAD9FDED1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>FC9FACD3-B9CB-44C8-8230-74043FB29C1E</id><outcomeid>5e668056801e47.79366757</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/FC9FACD3-B9CB-44C8-8230-74043FB29C1E</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>"Understanding the course of ADHD: the importance of longitudinal cohorts" Plenary talk: MQ Mental Health Science Meeting</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Plenary talk &quot;Understanding the course of ADHD: the importance of longitudinal cohorts&quot; at the MQ Mental Health Science Meeting in London UK</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/238256D2-81F6-4950-8D47-A1EFAD9FDED1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>49D8A587-E990-4D0A-A389-BF83BADE3941</id><outcomeid>5e6679a7e21911.42148779</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/49D8A587-E990-4D0A-A389-BF83BADE3941</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>"Is there a late-onset form of ADHD?" Plenary talk: Norwegian Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Plenary talk at the Norwegian Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting in Olso, Norway</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/238256D2-81F6-4950-8D47-A1EFAD9FDED1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>F43372B7-BACC-453E-A9A0-E6AA906336E3</id><outcomeid>5c79a53d04e590.38564941</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/F43372B7-BACC-453E-A9A0-E6AA906336E3</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Talk at the Life History Research Society Meeting, Paris May 2018 "Are changes in ADHD symptoms associated with changes in cognitive functioning?"</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Presentation at the Life History Research Society Meeting, Paris May 2018 &quot;Are changes in ADHD symptoms associated with changes in cognitive functioning?&quot;, an international conference.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/238256D2-81F6-4950-8D47-A1EFAD9FDED1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>C3BB8324-5C34-45EF-8263-DAF9EF47E06B</id><outcomeid>5a9723305ae289.86765454</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/C3BB8324-5C34-45EF-8263-DAF9EF47E06B</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>NYTimes interview</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Interviewed for and quoted in NY Times story: &quot;New study casts doubt on the diagnosis of adult-onset ADHD&quot;</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/20/health/adhd-adults.html</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/238256D2-81F6-4950-8D47-A1EFAD9FDED1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>7714F4E9-3634-489D-868E-52A5A1947EA8</id><outcomeid>5e667ebe07b939.89410064</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/7714F4E9-3634-489D-868E-52A5A1947EA8</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Genetics of ADHD across development: Investigating late-onset, persistent, and remitted ADHD" Oral 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Portugal</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/238256D2-81F6-4950-8D47-A1EFAD9FDED1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>4AA11432-0011-42EF-A04B-C886BB08663C</id><outcomeid>5e66826502dd46.64999295</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/4AA11432-0011-42EF-A04B-C886BB08663C</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Request for expert opinion on ADHD and omega-3 study</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Media (as a channel to the 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Contact was Keiley Freeman (Feb 2015)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35E204C3-2E55-4BA9-AF7A-A1162C8ACCAA</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>D2436EEC-A86E-4796-A988-E4249AC8E848</id><outcomeid>5461f4041c9c51.23302722</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/D2436EEC-A86E-4796-A988-E4249AC8E848</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Leicestershire Constabulary Change Team meeting (x2)</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2014,2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Activity was to engage with the practitioners and policy makers within Leicestershire constabulary, to inform research direction. The first meeting in 2014 sought to discuss issues with Police officer allocation following demand and the second in 2016 was regarding predictive policing. The scope was also to engage and steer the research direction inline with practical implementation aspects. 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The aim was to potentially facilitate future collaboration.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35E204C3-2E55-4BA9-AF7A-A1162C8ACCAA</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>F582EC8E-5200-40B8-8FCF-1EF983B59885</id><outcomeid>580f3d56e4c2f2.51410680</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/F582EC8E-5200-40B8-8FCF-1EF983B59885</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>OR56 Presentation</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2014</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>This was a presentation made to the Operational Research Society conference (OR56). 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Questions followed the presentations with further information asked for following the conference itself.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35E204C3-2E55-4BA9-AF7A-A1162C8ACCAA</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>08680686-9B03-4BDC-85F2-A297525A2537</id><outcomeid>56ab3a405f37e5.71569151</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/08680686-9B03-4BDC-85F2-A297525A2537</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Workshop/visit with West Midlands Police</description><form>Participation in an open day or visit at my research institution</form><primaryAudience>Industry/Business</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2015</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>We invited members of West Midlands Police to Loughborough to discuss/showcase the work we have been doing on the project on predictive policing - Andy Brumwell and Richard Harris (Sept 2015)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35E204C3-2E55-4BA9-AF7A-A1162C8ACCAA</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>2D21429C-BA4D-4434-98C7-D4B0AC6C9D83</id><outcomeid>56ab3cb8304e39.95171849</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/2D21429C-BA4D-4434-98C7-D4B0AC6C9D83</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Loughborough University Press Release</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Media (as a channel to the public)</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2015</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>A press release was carried out by Loughborough University regarding the Police research work as part of this project (November 2015). 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The titles of each are: Police Demand Modelling and Predictive Positioning; Police Officer Selection for Incident Response; Predictive Policing for Incident Response and Hotspot Targetting respectively. 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The results initiated questions and further discussions after the presentation. 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Posters are also been displayed on the work. 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The poster was awarded the &quot;Best Poster&quot; award. Attendance at the event enabled meetings with other Forces, across a different region (covering other Police forces) of the research being undertaken. 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Nov 17.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35E204C3-2E55-4BA9-AF7A-A1162C8ACCAA</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>62FF30C3-C346-4E8A-B5DD-64F4F3FC118C</id><outcomeid>580f3ffd6e5de2.68477608</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/62FF30C3-C346-4E8A-B5DD-64F4F3FC118C</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Simulation Workshop 2014 poster</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2014</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>A poster on Automated Police Officer Selection for Incident Response was provided and attended at the simulation workshop in Worcester. This poster was awarded the conference prize for &quot;Best Poster&quot;.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35E204C3-2E55-4BA9-AF7A-A1162C8ACCAA</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>FAF6123A-8501-4556-AB9B-F2363DBC784C</id><outcomeid>56ab40c655bd76.44098999</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/FAF6123A-8501-4556-AB9B-F2363DBC784C</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Young OR Conference 2015</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2015</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Accepted abstract and presentation at the Young OR conference. 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Questions asked following presentation and also discussions during conference.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>C0458ED9-05A6-4D6D-AEA4-E9ECBD62BC09</id><outcomeid>5c7e5d3c1fdba6.05627311</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/C0458ED9-05A6-4D6D-AEA4-E9ECBD62BC09</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Presentation at SASH meeting</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Abigail Russell (the research associate on the grant) gave a presentation of the findings of the first study from the grant: a mediation analysis exploring whether systemic inflammation mediates the association between adverse childhood experiences and self-harm. This presentation was given at a meeting of the University of Bristol suicide and self-harm research group which was attended by Professor Eric Caine, director of the Injury Control Research Center for Suicide Prevention at Rochester University, USA.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>1DA64782-0435-4431-BF81-C49FB3393B18</id><outcomeid>6230822c634bd5.17729594</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/1DA64782-0435-4431-BF81-C49FB3393B18</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Presentation to the MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit at University of Bristol</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2021</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Presentation to staff and students from the MRC IEU. SW presented the aims and findings to date from the epigenetics workstream, and discussed issues to do with missing data.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Local</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>1C4E6B19-7F81-4746-91F0-EEFB04D9E364</id><outcomeid>5e66c6f47ab176.49975909</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/1C4E6B19-7F81-4746-91F0-EEFB04D9E364</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Invited talk "Puberty and self-harm: a review of the literature and discussion"</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Invited talk on puberty and self-harm at the annual Lancet Psychiatry meeting in Oxford (followed by a chaired discussion). Attended by academics, clinicians, students, and members of the charitable sector (e.g. Samaritans)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>CB965AE1-F148-4964-B91A-EC3F7D60A2E0</id><outcomeid>5e345171447b11.80828320</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/CB965AE1-F148-4964-B91A-EC3F7D60A2E0</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Interview with Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health</description><form>Engagement focused website, blog or social media channel</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Podast &quot;In Conversation Suicide and Self-harm with Dr Abigail Russell&quot; recorded with the Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health, promoted via Twitter.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.acamh.org/podcasts/in-conversation-suicide-and-self-harm-with-dr-abigail-russell/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>29BBD0EC-84E7-4157-8C67-B4CD75DB7646</id><outcomeid>5c87d8cd387da4.83685814</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/29BBD0EC-84E7-4157-8C67-B4CD75DB7646</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Invited presentation at the royal statistical society "Using data to inform suicide and self-harm prevention"</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>I was invited to give a talk about ALSPAC at the self-harm data science meeting in London. The meeting was attended by around 80 people from a variety of backgrounds (academics, clinicians, charities, those with loved experience, students). The event was also live tweeted by the mental elf I highlighted the self-harm data available in ALSPAC and discussed the strengths of using longitudinal data, including an example of my own research. I then took part in a panel discussion The talk sparked interesting discussion about how self-harm should be designed and measured. Several people have asked me to forward them on some of my previous papers. I also had a discussion with Sally McMannus (Natcen) about the possibility of accessing self-harm data from the adult psychiatry morbidity survey</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.statslife.org.uk/events/eventdetail/1346/-/using-data-to-inform-suicide-and-self-harm-prevention</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>9690AC21-C2CA-401B-80BA-DFC175C8DC3D</id><outcomeid>5c7e5c39663673.92007751</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/9690AC21-C2CA-401B-80BA-DFC175C8DC3D</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>ECR forum talk</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Abigail Russell (the research associate on the grant) gave a presentation of the findings of the first study from the grant: a mediation analysis exploring whether systemic inflammation mediates the association between adverse childhood experiences and self-harm. This was at the Bristol and Cardiff mental health early career research forum.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>9661C081-66F2-4D53-A325-EAEC0076A3D6</id><outcomeid>62307ff532ea43.92998246</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/9661C081-66F2-4D53-A325-EAEC0076A3D6</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Centre for academic mental health seminar, University of Bristol</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2021</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>1 hour seminar for staff and students at the Centre for Academic Mental Health in Bristol. We presented the aims and findings from the grant, and engaged in a Q&amp;A session afterwards</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Local</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>C76ECEEC-F1D5-4E8D-83D4-CAE609920DCB</id><outcomeid>5e3452f53c8a00.33002450</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/C76ECEEC-F1D5-4E8D-83D4-CAE609920DCB</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Conference presentation at International Summit on Suicide Research</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Oral presentation &quot;Pathways Between Early Life Adversity and Adolescent Self-Harm: The Mediating Role of Inflammation in the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC)&quot; at the International Summit on Suicide Research, Miami, October 2019</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>40441758-1BC2-42C6-9113-2B49F97FBB5F</id><outcomeid>5aa66e9fd29224.80307757</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/40441758-1BC2-42C6-9113-2B49F97FBB5F</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Invited presentation at the Lancet Psychiatry Symposium</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Invited speaker at the Lancet Psychiatry symposium in October 2017. This event is held annually at the University of Oxford Centre for Suicide Research and was chaired by Dr Niall Boyce - founding editor of the Lancet Psychiatry Journal. I was asked to speak about the grant, and give an overview of the methods we plan to use including mendelian randomisation and epigenetics. There were questions and discussion afterwards. Outcomes include increased awareness of these techniques.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>38FA7728-228E-471E-872E-D4AB4E2D0FC3</id><outcomeid>6048ea630e8cf5.17670142</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/38FA7728-228E-471E-872E-D4AB4E2D0FC3</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>talk to epigenetic epidemiology group at University of Bristol</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2020</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Post doc researcher SW gave a presentation about about her work on epigenetics, ACEs and self-harm to the epigenetics group at University of Bristol. There was a lot of discussion about the methods used to deal with missing data in epigenetics. SW will be publishing a methods paper alongside her research findings for this grant</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Local</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>3B623178-1DC3-4DAC-ADA3-65EBCC6954F2</id><outcomeid>6048e9617130f8.20746353</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/3B623178-1DC3-4DAC-ADA3-65EBCC6954F2</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Talk to self-harm research group at University of Bristol</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2020</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Post doc researcher SW gave a presentation about about epigenetics, ACEs and self-harm to the suicide and self-harm research group. Main impact was increased knowledge about an area many were unfamiliar with</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Local</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>6EF686CF-06EC-4BAD-A973-255671E3A321</id><outcomeid>5e3450bdb07dd5.01644709</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/6EF686CF-06EC-4BAD-A973-255671E3A321</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Biological mechanisms that link childhood adversity and self-harm: a focus on inflammation</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Invited talk (livestreamed and later released as recorded lecture) at launch event for special issue on self-harm and suicide, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. TItle: Biological mechanisms that link childhood adversity and self-harm: a focus on inflammation. This was followed by a panel discussion and debate.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>0AF150A5-D4EE-463D-A056-135D1C6BE431</id><outcomeid>5e3453370791f0.65650730</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/0AF150A5-D4EE-463D-A056-135D1C6BE431</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Oral presentation at the Centre for Academic Mental Health, University of Bristol. June 2019 Early adversity and self-harm: the mediating role of inflammation</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Oral presentation at the Centre for Academic Mental Health, University of Bristol. June 2019 &quot;Early adversity and self-harm: the mediating role of inflammation&quot;</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Local</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/35F6328F-E2AC-4F07-97ED-A20FAC69B06C</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>C71F4849-96F1-455F-8352-8D1A4ECCEC67</id><outcomeid>5e345212d72264.26613825</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/C71F4849-96F1-455F-8352-8D1A4ECCEC67</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Adversity and self-harm blog</description><form>Engagement focused website, blog or social media channel</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Blog for Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health &quot;Links between adverse childhood experiences and self-harm&quot; intended to highlight the topic of the grant and spark debate about the role of inflammation in self-harm. 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Human Aspects of Cybersecurity</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or dialogue</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Discussion by phone with Simon Staffell (Nominet) about plans to begin research on human aspects of cybersecurity (29th January 2019). Connected with RISCS for potential commissioning.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>65E9E87B-3763-4858-B63F-D2CA56DCACAB</id><outcomeid>5c7e4712979410.56904167</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/65E9E87B-3763-4858-B63F-D2CA56DCACAB</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Skype discussion with Benjamin Greenstone, Private Secretary to the Minister for Digital and the Creative Industries, DCMS</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or dialogue</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>CSaP Policy Fellowship - Benjamin Greenstone, Private Secretary to the Minister for Digital and the Creative Industries, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Culture Skype meeting to discuss security, privacy and data (8th Nov 2018)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>A55A0959-D9C0-452C-BBDB-4A6867D1BBB8</id><outcomeid>5b8d079e172ea2.35811361</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/A55A0959-D9C0-452C-BBDB-4A6867D1BBB8</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>DCMS discussion / co-working on segmentation & metrics</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>opening discussions with Eva at DCMS re. cyber-security segmentation and metrics. 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This workshop brought together experts on cyber security and community resilience to discuss how to build cyber-resilient communities. We began by framing the issue and introducing the different perspectives-community resilience in contexts other than cyber security and cyber resilience. Following a lunch break, participants engaged in round-table discussions on what a cyber-resilient community would look like, how it can be achieved, and what needs to be considered. The discussions were followed by presentations on existing citizen-centred cybersecurity initiatives. Attendees were from industry, government and academia.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>E8E01454-5E19-4129-AC5D-6F89969F478F</id><outcomeid>5a82c5fea12f44.78554833</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/E8E01454-5E19-4129-AC5D-6F89969F478F</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>IE Conference presentations w/NCSC on phishing</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Presentations (x2) as part of NCSC / CPNI launch of phishing guidance to IE18 (information exchange) conference in Nottingham (Jan 2018)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>4D310082-9A26-40C4-A6D5-09344A55F51D</id><outcomeid>5c7e48139043f4.70394870</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/4D310082-9A26-40C4-A6D5-09344A55F51D</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Talk on 'the humans are coming' for Nimbus Ninety</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Gave talk on human aspects of cyber, and cSALSA When Mon 19 Nov 2018 6pm - 9:30pm Where The Cavalry and Guards Club, London</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://blog.nimbusninety.com/blog/the-humans-are-coming-cybersecurity-evening</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>B4AB2CA3-AE3E-4252-9A85-A43247135379</id><outcomeid>5a82c15ee0deb0.70202788</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/B4AB2CA3-AE3E-4252-9A85-A43247135379</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Men's Sheds</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Cybersecurity talk given to Men's Shed (Warmley) in exchange for data collection (WP1)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Local</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>28ED6926-004C-43E6-95B9-F4EAC0FC89D6</id><outcomeid>5a82c3e5093602.37171276</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/28ED6926-004C-43E6-95B9-F4EAC0FC89D6</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Cheltenham Science Festival talk</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017,2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Talk at Cheltenham Science Festival on social media and cyber security (10th June 2017). Second talk given 6th June 2018 on young people and technology</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>21648C0D-CDC6-498D-BB7D-07C162804CEA</id><outcomeid>5a82c35496aad3.56586057</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/21648C0D-CDC6-498D-BB7D-07C162804CEA</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Cyber UK presentation on behaviour change and cyber security</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Presentation at NCSC CyberUK conference in Liverpool (April 2017). Title: Behaviour and CyberSecurity. In panel with Angela Sasse on the 'people are the strongest link' theme.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>CDE7F500-F366-45FD-98F7-F93DB8C65A7F</id><outcomeid>5a82c4981fe105.31463031</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/CDE7F500-F366-45FD-98F7-F93DB8C65A7F</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Present to Babcock International Security Conference</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional 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professionals.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Local</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>17068CEC-2CC3-4A2E-85BD-1F45240B61E6</id><outcomeid>5e5ce7c89186f8.69667016</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/17068CEC-2CC3-4A2E-85BD-1F45240B61E6</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>presentation to Symantec R&D</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Industry/Business</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2019</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>1 hr presentation on cSALSA research to Symantec R&amp;D in UK, Germany and USA.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>17C23ABD-8D94-4139-96D1-5D4245321D03</id><outcomeid>5e5ce78351d152.40494337</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/17C23ABD-8D94-4139-96D1-5D4245321D03</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Presentation at Newcastle University PhD cybersecurity winter school</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Postgraduate students</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2020</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Presentation at 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Commissioning Group at City of London Police (the group run national cybersecurity awareness campaigns)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>4E0A79A0-E379-4158-A1FE-0F9509F48CC6</id><outcomeid>5c7e441950a316.22209768</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/4E0A79A0-E379-4158-A1FE-0F9509F48CC6</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Interview / talk to PeerSec virtual summit</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional 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Follow up discussions regarding guidance documents, and visit to DCMS in August 2018 to discuss IoT guidance for consumers.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/686089/Secure_by_Design_Report_.pdf</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>5CF7718E-CEC4-427C-8E1A-953F2CAD90EE</id><outcomeid>5c7e431bc97d33.44879754</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/5CF7718E-CEC4-427C-8E1A-953F2CAD90EE</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Meeting / workshop with Airbus Newport</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Airbus / NCSC workshop (4th August 2018) at Airbus Newport to discuss Human Factors in Cybersecurity, and setting up of potential centre of excellence / UK focus on human aspects.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B4797BB-47A7-4CFD-93DE-A2AAC13CC506</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>A83B25CC-7597-41FC-97B1-88AC04CA8810</id><outcomeid>5a82c2ac5f5206.82100058</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/A83B25CC-7597-41FC-97B1-88AC04CA8810</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Present cSALSA to RISCS community</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Present cSALSA research at RISCS community meeting (22nd June 2017)</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2B9C88EB-9D46-4CAE-8089-A2C40F8090E1</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>F63E2C6B-9086-4E46-AE98-CDD04430C1E0</id><outcomeid>63500450acb5d3.00586686</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/F63E2C6B-9086-4E46-AE98-CDD04430C1E0</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Symposium 'Servants and Mobility in Eighteenth-Century Britain and Europe'</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or dialogue</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2022</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>The symposium explored the many forms of mobility (physical, social, economic, etc) in the lives of eighteenth-century servants in Britain and Europe: What is the current state of research on servants and mobility? How did mobility influence places and spaces for servants across eighteenth-century Europe? What are the opportunities and issues with current historiographical trends and methodologies? What new perspectives can we identify? 4 speakers (including myself) gave presentations; 9 audience members participated (of 13 initial registrations): the audience was a diverse and international group of researchers and scholars at universities and research institutes in the UK, Denmark, France, and Italy. There were also members of the National Trust and PhD students. The presentations sparked questions and discussions, and all participants reported increased understanding of the subject area and interest in pursuing further the ideas that were discussed. 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Contributed to the final article.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2C6E09D7-6F2E-45E3-8F27-A27D3FF3D275</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>C1B2E8EA-4236-4046-8478-8BA24BAEE1F6</id><outcomeid>58b0c274008ad4.52724852</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/C1B2E8EA-4236-4046-8478-8BA24BAEE1F6</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Report on our research to CAH patient group</description><form>A magazine, newsletter or online publication</form><primaryAudience>Patients, carers and/or patient groups</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2017</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>I wrote a piece on our research about a potential new treatment for congenital adrenal hyperplasia after discussing this with the head of the patient group. This was to make the community aware of the potential new treatment, the need for ongoing research to determine whether this is better than current practice, and to get valuable advice from this patient cohort about the important outcomes for us to monitor to determine the success of the treatment such as efficacy and side effects.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2C6E09D7-6F2E-45E3-8F27-A27D3FF3D275</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>130D8D5D-E8F7-4D2A-BC01-93C6C60116CA</id><outcomeid>5c8191ac307270.87531016</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/130D8D5D-E8F7-4D2A-BC01-93C6C60116CA</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>News interest in microdialysis paper</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Our publication in Cell Metabolism in 2018 attracted interest from the media and was reported by 8 online providers</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2C6E09D7-6F2E-45E3-8F27-A27D3FF3D275</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>D95BDFA1-F890-42D5-A9FF-6736BDFA4089</id><outcomeid>iLPxHMgKR5Z</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/D95BDFA1-F890-42D5-A9FF-6736BDFA4089</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>How and when to apply for an intermediate fellowship</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Health professionals</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2013</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>The Young Diabetologists form Research Day is an annual event aimed at junior clinicians with an interest in Endocrinology which aims to spark interest in research and provide them with the practical information on how to undertake a period of research and pursue a research career thereafter. As a new MRC Clinician Scientist I was asked to give a lecture about my research career and top tips on how to obtain a research fellowship, and spent the day with this group to answer questions and offer advice on how to obtain an PhD and further funding. I have met several of these young clinicians again at a recent conference and some have already set up plans for a period of research (either undertaking a PhD or MD) which is encouraging.</impact><typeOfPresentation>Keynote/Invited Speaker</typeOfPresentation><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>true</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/2C6E09D7-6F2E-45E3-8F27-A27D3FF3D275</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>21F6F14E-66C5-479D-9E1D-6A0BB01E042C</id><outcomeid>56ddfe265e76b9.34474296</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/21F6F14E-66C5-479D-9E1D-6A0BB01E042C</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Faculty member and speaker at Career Development Workshop</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Postgraduate students</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016,2018</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Due to my MRC Clinician Scientist and CSO Senior fellowships, I was asked to become a faculty member of the Career Development Workshop run by the Society for Endocrinology to talk about how to further your career during and post-PhD to try and obtain independence and set up your own research team. 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Flood and Coast provided a unique opportunity to present an overview of the project team's findings and recommendations and to provide a project brief (to appear on the Flood and Coast website: http://www.floodandcoast.com/index.php) to an expert audience from across policy and practice focussed upon flood management and response. The presentation stimulated a wide range of questions from the audience and between presenters, enabled further networks to be developed and helped to further validate the findings and recommendations identified in the 'Summer After the Floods' project.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://www.floodandcoast.com/cprog.php</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/4124F92F-AD8F-46AD-B8B3-A0BD8DEAE409</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>7E8C7DA9-7BAF-49E0-BF55-19AA01CAC347</id><outcomeid>56de94377351a0.50073695</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/7E8C7DA9-7BAF-49E0-BF55-19AA01CAC347</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Industry in Parliament Trust Flood Resilience Evening Event in Parliament</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or dialogue</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2015</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Two members of the project team - Professors David Hannah and Stephen Brammer - shared first findings from the Summer After the Flood Project with Members of Parliament and Members of the House of Lords, as well as representatives from industry, especially the insurance and water industries.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/gees/news/2015/09Dec15-flooding-podcast.aspx</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/4124F92F-AD8F-46AD-B8B3-A0BD8DEAE409</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>33F18C49-026D-4B1A-BA1D-6CA86180B083</id><outcomeid>56dfdf6fcc2936.46577833</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/33F18C49-026D-4B1A-BA1D-6CA86180B083</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Climate Resilient Communities Conference</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>The project team presented findings from the Summer After the Floods project in relation to promoting resilient communities in the context of increasing climate change, and therefore flood, risk. The audience was 40-50 people, principally members of regional local government bodies, but also representatives of national bodies such as the Met Office, and community groups such as the National Flood Forum.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://www.sustainabilitywestmidlands.org.uk/events/climate-resilient-communities-conference-280116/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/4223E840-8459-415A-A4A5-A2D8D1F5044F</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>8819B327-4A42-47AE-A527-ABE81A6EA33D</id><outcomeid>58c2b6f2e79167.66555481</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/8819B327-4A42-47AE-A527-ABE81A6EA33D</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>NR presentation (Oslo, Norway)</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Fabian Bachl presented the project results to the Norwegian Computing Centre, leading to a close collaboration.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/4223E840-8459-415A-A4A5-A2D8D1F5044F</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>6E4ED048-3D76-4074-8E45-1C852B56C1CD</id><outcomeid>58c2b4e0209576.72450113</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/6E4ED048-3D76-4074-8E45-1C852B56C1CD</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>AMLGM2016 presentation (Trondheim, Norway)</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Finn Lindgren and Fabian Bachl presented details on the methods and software from the project, leading to valuable feedback on the software interface and increased interest in the methods.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://amlgm2016.r-inla.org/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/4223E840-8459-415A-A4A5-A2D8D1F5044F</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>7F40829A-0D7E-4ADB-838D-1AE9102F215B</id><outcomeid>58c944f652af15.95326036</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/7F40829A-0D7E-4ADB-838D-1AE9102F215B</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Modelling spatial distribution from wildlife surveys</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Workshop to teach wildlife professionals and statistical ecologists the methods developed on this grant, and teach use of the associated software developed on this grant. Feedback from the workshop was very positive and some suggestions were received about how the software might be improved. Most of these suggestions were acted upon.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://sasa2016uct.wixsite.com/conference/workshop-2</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/4223E840-8459-415A-A4A5-A2D8D1F5044F</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>83576E67-CC20-45BC-A846-718BDA328978</id><outcomeid>58c2b371c1b883.10743817</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/83576E67-CC20-45BC-A846-718BDA328978</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>NOAA seminar (San Diego)</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Professional 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World</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>7EE818A3-EBF0-44B7-B99C-6EC624BAE11E</id><outcomeid>58ba534276eef6.69968810</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/7EE818A3-EBF0-44B7-B99C-6EC624BAE11E</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Interview with CCTV</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Lengthy interview 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Brexit</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.facebook.com/itvnews/videos/10153813054687672/?fallback=1</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>B0312A3E-72EF-4FDF-ABE5-4C7E6E8CB6E6</id><outcomeid>58ba6c72767df0.80365557</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/B0312A3E-72EF-4FDF-ABE5-4C7E6E8CB6E6</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>LSE Referendum Night</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Media (as a channel to the 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It was picked up by politicians, particularly over the latter</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/07/26/how-we-can-leave-the-eu-without-causing-chaos-in-the-process</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>FDDACF45-1DB2-465F-8EA2-5DDDF62C3DB1</id><outcomeid>58ba5287c372f2.63203146</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/FDDACF45-1DB2-465F-8EA2-5DDDF62C3DB1</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Interviews with Guardian</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>I carried out three interviews with the Guardian newspaper on various dimensions of the Brexit debate. I have only included one url</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/feb/28/if-britain-voted-to-leave-the-eu-what-would-happen-next</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>53E0DB6D-40D6-4E5E-B517-F8A14C0A6AB3</id><outcomeid>58ba65d7c4d1c7.23287415</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/53E0DB6D-40D6-4E5E-B517-F8A14C0A6AB3</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Blog: Mediating EU Law</description><form>Engagement focused website, blog or social media channel</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>A blog on the UK in a Changing Europe site arguing for a more flexible approach to EU law in the negotiations surrounding the referendum</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://ukandeu.ac.uk/mediating-eu-law/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>A06D4B02-0295-4F1B-A283-666DD7A9AE96</id><outcomeid>58ba55dd92de77.32839940</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/A06D4B02-0295-4F1B-A283-666DD7A9AE96</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Interview with Financial Times on European Court of Justice</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>I was asked to analyse the role of the Court of Justice, particularly in relation to the Charter of Fundamental Rights as a number of inaccurate claims were being made by the Leave side.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.ft.com/content/98f84d76-ffff-11e5-ac98-3c15a1aa2e62</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>2FA2C28A-A084-41A2-8997-30756F4C6902</id><outcomeid>58ba38482f6593.73913886</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/2FA2C28A-A084-41A2-8997-30756F4C6902</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Where next for Britain after Brexit vote - and how will expats be affected?' 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Brexit.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://www.connexionfrance.com/French-news/Brexit/Where-next-for-Britain-after-Brexit-vote-and-how-will-expats-be-affected</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>D2E063A4-5996-44DB-8330-5E11995A02AC</id><outcomeid>58ba4992b13c23.32605608</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/D2E063A4-5996-44DB-8330-5E11995A02AC</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>BBC News Interviews</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media 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with NBC on the implications of the Brexit vote.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/brexit-referendum/britain-s-brexit-what-are-next-steps-after-historic-vote-n598206</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>D4E9108A-DFA9-4E9D-B4D7-461475D3271D</id><outcomeid>58ba5b35c92f89.81550761</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/D4E9108A-DFA9-4E9D-B4D7-461475D3271D</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Presentation to audiovisual industry representatives on 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Brexit.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk/ukcommsexit/projectactivities/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>F6C5462A-B21E-49D3-8C49-31E316FD5CC2</id><outcomeid>58ba46f125c341.22653059</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/F6C5462A-B21E-49D3-8C49-31E316FD5CC2</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Roundtable on implications of Brexit for industry in the Thames Valley Region</description><form>A talk or 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generally.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl/></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>86792488-40EE-4933-BB40-C2F8B77CF493</id><outcomeid>58ba67ad15c596.58152405</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/86792488-40EE-4933-BB40-C2F8B77CF493</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>'Ever Closer Union does it Matter?'</description><form>Engagement focused website, blog or social media channel</form><primaryAudience>Policymakers/politicians</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>This looked at the deal on 'ever closer union' agreed at the European Council which was part of the referendum package.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://ukandeu.ac.uk/ever-closer-union-does-it-matter/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>CDA96BFB-34EA-4CCC-AB7F-B3655F0579BB</id><outcomeid>58ba5e6682ba29.15069770</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/CDA96BFB-34EA-4CCC-AB7F-B3655F0579BB</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Interview with La Nacion (Argentina)</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a 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Brexit.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://www.lanacion.com.ar/1872959-y-si-el-brexit-se-hiciera-realidad</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>3D80B68E-B315-4747-A854-17F669555900</id><outcomeid>58ba45d1adae24.79015628</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/3D80B68E-B315-4747-A854-17F669555900</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>University of Cambridge, 'Time to Rethink Free Movement'</description><form>Participation in an activity, workshop or similar</form><primaryAudience>Professional Practitioners</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>This was a debate involving academics, politicians and representatives of the Polish community in the UK on the implications of the proposed changes to free movement that were at the basis of David Cameron's proposed new deal for the UK.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.law.cam.ac.uk/press/events/2016/01/roundtable-discussion-time-rethink-eu-free-movement-persons</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>74170A63-3853-4C13-8AFE-255660C5E2CA</id><outcomeid>58ba6951a734c7.11645390</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/74170A63-3853-4C13-8AFE-255660C5E2CA</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>'Gina Millar and the last gasp of Parliamentary sovereignty'</description><form>Engagement focused website, blog or social media channel</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>This looked at the implications of the Miller judgment of the UK Supreme Court and Parliament's reaction to it.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>National</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://ukandeu.ac.uk/gina-miller-and-the-last-gasp-of-parliamentary-sovereignty/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>03F32386-A17E-4161-BB0A-63A12B46EA22</id><outcomeid>58ba3eb6a50194.57204547</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/03F32386-A17E-4161-BB0A-63A12B46EA22</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>'Este é um debate sobre a globalização. Os que ganharam com ela querem ficar' 2,000 word interview with O Publico newspaper Portugal</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media enquiry/interview</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>This was a long interview in arguably Portugal's leading newspaper explaining the dynamics behind the referendum campaigns and why the UK might vote to leave.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.publico.pt/2016/06/21/mundo/noticia/fora-da-ue-solucao-para-londres-pode-passar-por-acordo-transitorio-1735697</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>12693193-BF73-4C6D-A160-7B7FDBF9D1CF</id><outcomeid>58ba66c079fdb8.81251283</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/12693193-BF73-4C6D-A160-7B7FDBF9D1CF</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>'The deeply misguided emergency brake'</description><form>Engagement focused website, blog or social media channel</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>This explained why the deal negotiated on migration would not lead to the UK being able to trace a link between migration flows and benefits.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://ukandeu.ac.uk/the-deeply-misguided-emergency-break/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>B6D56AF1-D171-45D6-990D-ADDCF70BC28A</id><outcomeid>58ba4882444d09.72571182</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/B6D56AF1-D171-45D6-990D-ADDCF70BC28A</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>'Ask the Experts' Oxford Town Hall</description><form>A formal working group, expert panel or dialogue</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2016</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>Members of the public were invited to a town hall meeting at which they could ask I and five others questions about the referendum.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>Regional</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/yourtown/oxford/14541320.Experts_help_Oxford_voters_cut_through_political_spin_of_EU_referendum/</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>B8096F84-AA6B-4B89-A408-78F173386BD4</id><outcomeid>58ba4c7b250ee2.03382262</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/B8096F84-AA6B-4B89-A408-78F173386BD4</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Pacific Council, 'UK Votes on EU Brexit: What Happens Next?'</description><form>A talk or presentation</form><primaryAudience>Public/other audiences</primaryAudience><yearsOfDissemination>2006</yearsOfDissemination><results/><impact>This was a debate intended to inform audiences on the West coast of the United States about the issues surrounding the referendum campaign.</impact><typeOfPresentation/><geographicReach>International</geographicReach><partOfOfficialScheme>false</partOfOfficialScheme><supportingUrl>https://www.pacificcouncil.org/activities/uk-votes-eu-brexit-what-happens-next</supportingUrl></dissemination><dissemination><links><link><link><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/projects/25122F39-E890-4580-BD38-A22F56B124E0</href><rel>PROJECT</rel><start/><end/><otherAttributes/></link></link></links><ext/><id>E1B9E6AA-C48B-40C6-B1A6-CEBB7966E260</id><outcomeid>58ba5c46d798e2.37471961</outcomeid><href>http://gtr.gtr.ukri.org/gtr/api/projects/<id>/outcomes/disseminations/gtr/api/outcomes/disseminations/E1B9E6AA-C48B-40C6-B1A6-CEBB7966E260</href><created>2024-02-01T15:59:56.000+00:00</created><updated/><title/><description>Interview with TRT TV on implications of Brexit vote</description><form>A press release, press conference or response to a media 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