Could you travel without your laptop?

A couple of weeks ago I travelled to Melbourne over night for  focus groups.  I would normally bring my laptop with me on these types of trips – I am my only staff member, and work needs to be done when I’m not in the office.  What made this trip special was I decided to…

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#MRX Reading List – 28th July

Here I am, tail between my legs, with my long overdue updated reading list for the week (more like month… perhaps more!). There has been lots of great stuff out there in the twittersphere – but I’ve been hamstrung to some extent by mucking up my instapaper on my iPhone, thus losing the ability to…

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AMSRS NSW Children’s Research Seminar

I’ve been on the AMSRS NSW committee for just about a year now.  I’m really enjoying my involvement in the committee; it gives me the opportunity to ‘give back’ to the industry, as well as meet new people, hear about all the cool new things that are around the corner and be involved in shaping…

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#MRX Reading List – 18th April

Another busy week here at WIPQR central – great to meet some new clients and hear from old friends again – we are really getting into the busy part of the year! (Yay!) Again, there have been some great links shared in twitter this week – from some funky infographics (I’m a fan, I just…

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The Devil in the Details: Qualitative Recruitment Screeners

I was going through my archives of presentations, papers etc I’ve written over the years and stumbled on to a presentation I prepared on writing qual recruitment screeners. Boring, basic, who cares? Right? Well yes and no…. It is really my firm belief that the qual recruitment questionnaire is one of the most important parts…

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#MRX Reading List – 11th April

What a busy week!  Aside from work, I’ve been running more and more and have decided to enter my first 4km running race on May 8th (Mother’s Day in Australia).  My blog on Why I love twitter made it to Number 2 on Jeffrey Henning’s Research Round Up (which I’m pretty proud of) and what’s…

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#MRX Reading List – 4th April

It’s funny, once you start looking for content – it becomes increasingly elusive and hard to pin down! But still, I think last week held a few gems which I will note down here. TNS has published the findings to their “Discover Digital Life” Study in a great interactive webpage. Definitely worth having a look…

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