Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods
Sefydliad Ymchwil Gymdeithasol ac Economaidd, Data a Dulliau Cymru

Day 1


Inspection: what people expect, the functions, and the features - Ann Keane, former HM Chief Inspector, Estyn

Session 1

Civil Society

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The aspirations of young people attending a Welsh-medium and an English-medium school from the South Wales Valleys - Sion Llewelyn Jones, Cardiff University

A game of Chinese Whispers: An analysis of the implementation of the Welsh Baccalaureate qualification - Sara Jones, Cardiff University

Health, Well being and Social Care

Vulnerable adults and anti-social behaviour: An exploration of current policy and practice - Anne Krayner, Natalie Davies, Catherin Robinson and Rob Poole, Bangor University


A study of young peoples' labour market experiences - Louise Prendergast, Bangor University

The effect of European funder labour marker programmes on enhancing employment in Wales - Rhys Davies, WISERD, Cardiff University

Disability and disability-related employment gaps in the UK 1998-2012: Different trends in different surveys? - Victoria Wass and Gerry Makepeace, Cardiff University

Session 2

Data and Methods

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The Housing (Wales) Act: What's philosophy got to do with it? - Helen Taylor, Cardiff University

"To be Welsh and Labour are to be the same thing": The political manipulation of national identity in Wales and the Basque Country - Sophie Williams, Swansea University


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Health, Well being and Social Care

Multiple stakeholder's perspectives of providing or accessing palliative care: A qualitative evidence synthesis - Judith Burns, Bangor University

Understandings of dignity by older women from black and minority ethnic (BME) communities in Wales: Findings from a qualitative study - Roiya Saltus, University of South Wales, Christalla Pithara, Keel University


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Samuel Brown wins WISERD Poster Prize 2017 sponsored by the Learned Society of Wales

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The Learned Society of Wales has announced PhD student, Samuel Brown from Swansea University, as winner of the WISERD Annual Conference 2017 Poster Prize. He receives an award of £200 from the Learned Society of Wales.


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