This week’s blog is a short podcast produced by the lovely people from Policy Press and featuring an interview with me about research work in lockdown. The podcast was featured earlier this week on the Policy Press blog, Transforming Society, which is well worth a follow, not only for its excellent content but also because followers get a hefty 35% discount on all Policy Press books. You can listen to the podcast on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts or Spotify – just click on the link for the platform you prefer.
Research Ethics Podcast
Hello lovely blog readers, I’m back from my summer break (short holiday, long stretch in writing cave) and will be blogging regularly again through till mid-December. Though this week’s blog post is in fact a podcast! The estimable Katie Linder interviewed me for her Research in Action podcast at Oregon State University in the US.
Here’s the link to RIA # 169: Dr. Helen Kara on Research Ethics. Which also tells you that if you like podcasts and you’re interested in research, there are another 168 episodes for you to check out with some stellar speakers. I’m proud to be in their company.
If you listen, please let me know what you think. I don’t have much experience of doing podcasts so I’d welcome constructive feedback.
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