The programme of the 26th Summer School in Social Science Methods in Lugano is out now. Registration is open.
In 15 Ateliers können sich Interessierte über den aktuellen Stand verschiedener Methoden informieren und Fragen sowie ihre eigenen Projekte mit Expertinnen und Experten diskutieren.
Due to the success of the past four webinars, FORS offers four new webinars as part of the Data Management Webinar Series. The registration will open soon.
The 16th Conference « Social Monitoring and Reporting in Europe » at Villa Vigoni, Loveno di Menaggio, Italy, will take place between October 10 and 12, 2022.
This data management workshop is destined to support staff, librarians, research consultants, anyone involved in the provision of data management support.
Carmen Borrat-Besson (FORS) will present the following project: « Advance directives and stability of end-of-life preferences in Swiss older adults »
Developers, students, academics and service providers from Switzerland and beyond are invited to connect on ideas, projects and tools in this three-day hackathon. Submit your ideas no later than April 14, 2022.
The FORS Data Re-use webinar will familiarize researchers with the concept and value of secondary data and how to obtain secondary data at FORS.
We welcome Marion Repetti from the Institut de recherche en Travail social at the HEVS. The title of her talk is: Living conditions of retirees living abroad. A qualitative comparative analysis of public policies.
Marieke Voorpostel from FORS will present findings from the Wellways-project: Evénements et transitions critiques dans le domaine de la famille et de l’emploi et le bienêtre dans ses multiples dimensions. From 12:45 to 13:45 in room 5899 at Géopolis/UNIL.
Le 8ème Festival suisse des méthodes qualitatives est organisé par l’Unité Sociologie du Département des sciences sociales. Il est axé cette année sur les questions de santé. Cette thématique est incontournable dans la période que nous vivons.
Exchange on the meaning of impact and its variation between and within different fields and research infrastructures. Exchange on the measurement of impact. Showcase where and how infrastructures in different field create impact and much more!
This course is an introduction to the management and exploration of the various types of Swiss Household Panel (SHP) data, using R and the R-Studio environment.
This edition includes thematic sessions that cover a wide variety of topics, such as health and well-being, education and labour market, families, migration, or politics and attitudes. It also includes a special session organized by TREE as well as by the Swiss Federal Statistical Office.
Henk Verloo (HES-SO Valais-Wallis), Boris Wernli (FORS) and Filipa Pereira (HES-SO Valais-Wallis) will refer on methodological considerations and outcomes of routinely collecting highly sensitive health data from a hospital register.
The Swiss Covid-19 Data Symposium will give social sciences researchers an overview of different datasets that can be analyzed to assess the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on numerous aspects of individuals’ everyday lives. Register now !
This conference will address the following topics: What are the longer-term social developments in Europe and did they result in increasing divergence recently? Are we currently witnessing a reversal of relevant social trends due to the COVID-19 pandemic?
To get more insight into how people were affected by and fared during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Swiss Household Panel launched an additional Covid-19 Survey among participating households.
Die Tagung richtet sich sowohl an interessierte Forschende wie auch an Personen mit Führungs-
verantwortung aus Hochschulen, Forschungsförderungs-
institutionen, öffentlicher Verwaltung sowie aus privaten und öffentlichen datenproduzierenden Unternehmungen.