Cardiff University’s project has developed a training programme for researchers working with a wide range of UK public sector routine data. This was achieved through a survey of researchers who currently use routine data and also those who may do so in the future, discussion groups with professionals based in UK data providers and a consultation with members of the public to explore their understanding of, and preferences for, research that uses routine data.
The CENTRIC project has developed the training both as face-to-face workshops and as an online training module, as well as producing a report, putting information on their website and promoting the training with stakeholders and their networks of researchers and the public.
You can view the CENTRIC study website here. The report will be published in due course.
If you'd like more information, please contact the ICO's grants programme.
Watch the video below to hear the recipients of Cardiff University’s grant discuss their project.