The BPS is supporting early career psychologists with an event to offer guidance on some of the issues that affect them most.
Expert speakers will cover why open science is important to early career researchers, using open science with qualitative work, integrating open science in university teaching, the importance of open data, and BPS journals and open science.
The speaker panel will also answer questions from attendees.
The event is open to all early career psychologists, including postdoctoral researchers, lecturers and practitioners, and is not restricted to members of the BPS.
To improve accessibility attendance at the event can either be physical or via webinar.
University of Glasgow
School of Psychology
62 Hillhead Street
- What is Open Science? Why is it important to Early Career Psychologists – Prof Daryl O'Connor (University of Leeds)
- How can I build my Open Science skills as an Early Career researcher? – Dr Amy Orben (Open Science advocate and founder of ReproducibiliTea journal club, University of Cambridge)
- How can I use Open Science in my qualitative work? – Dr Kate Reed (Glasgow Uni)
- How can I implement Open Science in my university teaching? – Prof Niamh Stack (Glasgow)
- How can behavioural science help increase Open Science uptake? – Dr Emma Norris (UCL)
- Open Data – BPS initiatives, resources and guidance – Dr Lisa Morrison Coulthard (BPS)
- How are BPS journals embracing Open Science? – Rebecca Harkin, Psychology lead at Wiley
- Many Labs – Dr Michael Smith (Northumbria)