Lessons learned: MPCER “Community-Engaged Research Design: Feedback Session”

A summary of the online event of Tuesday 27 October 2020.

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Wanted: new member MPCER working group

The Maastricht Platform for Community-Engaged Research (MPCER) is looking for a new member of their working group!

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Online meeting: (How) can we move our community-engaged research online? PART II

Tuesday, 30 June 2020

The summary of the first part of the online meeting on 28 May can be accessed here.

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Online meeting: (How) can we move our community-engaged research online?

28 May 2020

How do you create a comfortable and safe online environment for interviewees in a research context? What are the implications for the results of moving your research online? What are the positive sides of conducting community-engaged...

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Public Engagement Project Management: Engagement with Impact

by Nikolaos Alexandros Theodorou, Alumnus, MSc International Business

Reflecting on the series of three Public Engagement Project Management workshop sessions organised hosted by Dr Sophie Mo...

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Introducing Alan Irwin lecturing on Science, Citizenship and the Public Value of the University

Maastricht 20 February 2020

What should the role of the university be in society? Combining his scholarly expertise in Science and Technology Studies (STS) and his experience from serving as the dean ...

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Intervention mapping: Nothing for us, without us

By Sueli Brodin, MPCER team member

Workshop Impactful Research through Intervention Mapping (MPCER)
Held 15 January 2020, 12.30-15.30
Prof. Rob Rui...

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Stakeholder engagement in business and ethics research:

Learning from failures

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Observant: Let yourself get involved in their lives, rather than engaging them in your research

Read the article of the Observant about the launch ...

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MPCER launch: why now? Why does it work and why does it fail?

The official launch of Maastricht Platform for Community-Engaged Research (MPCER) took place on Thursday 3 October.

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