Durham University

Knowledge for Use (K4U)

K4U Events

Details of up and coming events hosted by K4U and CHESS

For further information, please contact us at admin.k4u@durham.ac.uk

Monday 15 July 2019

Tuesday 16 July 2019

Wednesday 4 December 2019

Joint Event with Michela Massimi. Collaboration meeting with ERC Consolidator Grant: "Perspectival Realism. Science, knowledge and truth from a human vantage point, Edinburgh, UK

Past Events

10 May 2019, Evidence Amalgamation Workshop, University College, Cork, Ireland

UCC/K4U Workshop: 'Evidence Amalgamation'

1 May 2019, Workshop 'Adequacy for Purpose', Durham, UK

CHESS/K4U Workshop: 'Adequacy for Purpose', Speakers: Wendy Parker (Durham), Paul Pearce (Defence Science and Technology Laboratory), Joe Roussos (LSE), Mark von Rosing (Global University Alliance).

21 March 2019, Durham, UK

CHESS/K4U Workshop: 'Science Policy and Political Science', visiting speakers: Prof Sharon Crasnow (Norco College) and Dr Inkeri Koskinen (University of Helsinki).

27-29 November 2018, Università Ca' Foscari, Venice, Italy

K4U Conference: 'Understanding the Underlying Structure'.

20 November 2018, Manchester, UK

K4U Presentation to the 'Working Well Programme', Greater Manchester Health and Employment Board - 'Mental Health in the EU' Case Study

8 November 2018 - Durham, UK

CHESS Seminar Series: 'The analysis of presence and absence, or the reality of absence, in the use of fuzzy sets and Qualitative Comparative Analysis', visiting speaker: Prof. Wendy Olsen, (University of Manchester).

6 November 2018, Durham, UK

K4U Workshop: 'Evidence based case studies', Jeremy Clarke and visiting speaker: Bill Styles.

26 October 2018, LSE, London, UK

K4U Workshop: 'Changing the structures - and changing them well', visiting speaker: Eimir Hurley (Trinity College Dublin).

27 July 2018, Manchester, UK

Mental Health in the EU, Case Study Report presentation to Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA).

27 June 2018, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

K4U Workshop on 'Deliberation', visiting speakers: James Copestake (University of Bath) and Alfred Moore (University of York).

15 May 2018, Institute of Advanced Studies, Durham, UK

CHESS/IAS/K4U Workshop Series: 'Thinking Ecologically about Policy and Structure', Workshop 2: 'Two approached to mapping social structure? (Systems theory; Ecology)', Nancy Cartwright and Hakan Seckinelgin.

15 November 2017, Durham, UK

CHESS/K4U Seminar: 'Self-Interest, Design and Policy-Making', visiting speaker: Fernando Morrett (London School of Economics).

31 October 2017, Institute of Advanced Studies, Durham, UK

CHESS/IAS/K4U Workshop Series: 'Thinking Ecologically about Policy and Structure', Workshop 1: 'Learning how to affect change in stable structures', Nancy Cartwright and Hakan Seckinelgin.

30 October 2017, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King's College, London, UK

Mental Health and Justice Seminar, 'Objectivity and Evidence', Nancy Cartwright, Jeremy Clarke and Andrew Fletcher.

15 June 2017, LSE, London, UK

K4U Workshop: 'Social Sciences & Randomised Controlled Trials', organiser: Hakan Seckinelgin, visiting speaker: Dr. Tamara Giles-Vernick (Pasteur Institute, Paris)

14 June 2017, LSE, London, UK

K4U Full team meeting.

22 May 2017, London, UK

Improving Child Safety Book Release, organised by Prof. Eileen Munro.

10 May 2017, Durham, UK

Improving Child Safety Book Release, organised by Prof. Nancy Cartwright.

8 May 2017, LSE, London, UK

K4U Workshop: 'Judgement and Deliberation', organised by Dr. Katherine Furman, visiting speakers: Christian List (LSE); Anouk Rigterink (Oxford); Tony Holland (Cambridge); Elizabeth Fistein (Cambridge); Wayne Martin (University of Essex).

17 March 2017, LSE, London, UK

K4U Seminar: 'Single Case Reseach Design in Pschotherapy', organised by Jeremy Clarke and Katherine Furman, visiting speaker: Bruce Wampold (University of Wisconsin).

8 March 2017, Durham, UK

K4U Interdisciplinarity Workshop: 'Bringing the Disciplines Together at the Point of Action', organised by Julian Reiss, visiting speaker: Prof. Michael O'Rourke (Michigan State University).

7 March 2017, Durham, UK

Meeting with Lloyds TSB Foundation Scotland, 'Everyone Has a Story', organised by Prof. Linda McKie.

25-26 October 2016, Durham, UK

K4U Project Annual Conference -- meeting of full team.

3 June 2016, Durham, UK

K4U Workshop Series: 'Talking Therapies', Workshop 2: 'What should an evidence-based pathway for improving work and wellbeing look like to the people who are on it?', organised by Jeremy Clarke, visiting speaker: Prof. Robert Elliott (University of Strathclyde)

26 May 2016, Durham, UK

K4U Workshop, 'Context Matters: Understanding How the System Works', organised by Nancy Cartwright, visiting speaker: Prof. Sandra Mitchell (University of Pittsburgh).

12 May 2016, Durham, UK

CHESS/K4U Seminar: 'Will the Chilcot report tell the full stort about the British military intervention in Iraq?', visiting speaker: Marie-Hélène Labbé (International Institute for Strategic Studies).

11 May 2016, Durham, UK

CHESS/K4U Workshop: 'Utilitarianism and Medicine: Past and Present Perspective', visiting speaker: Cathy Gere (University of California, San Diego).

10 May 2016, Institute of Advanced Studies, Durham, UK

CHESS/IAS/K4U Workshop Series (IAS Theme 2015/16: Evidence): 'Evidence Synthesis by Building a Case', Workshop 3: 'What will work in my school? What does evidence say?'

3 May 2016, Institute of Advanced Studies, Durham, UK

CHESS/IAS/K4U Workshop Series (IAS Theme 2015/16: Evidence): 'Evidence Synthesis by Building a Case', Workshop 2: 'Amalgamation and the Principle of Total Evidence'

27 April 2016, Durham, UK

K4U Workshop Series: 'Talking Therapies', Workshop 1: 'What evidence works best for which NICE therapy?', organised by Jeremy Clarke, visiting speaker: Prof. Robert Elliott (University of Strathclyde)

16 February 2016, LSE, London, UK

K4U Full team meeting.

10 December 2015, London, UK

K4U Full team meeting.

10 November 2015, Institute of Advanced Studies, Durham, UK

CHESS/IAS/K4U Workshop Series (IAS Theme 2015/16: Evidence): 'Evidence Synthesis by Building a Case', Workshop 1: 'Evidence Amalgamation: Weighing the Evidence v Building a Case'