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Interdisciplinary Networks: Interdisciplinary Research for Solving the Major Challenges of Today

Interdisciplinary networks provide synergies between research questions, methodologies, and practices creating a bridge across the Faculties through which researchers have the opportunity to work collaboratively on real world issues to conduct research with real world impact outside of the Faculty structures.

The networks afford researchers the ability to work together on subject matters which complement their research focuses and subject areas of teaching facilitating a diverse, vibrant, and supportive research culture. Internal and external relationships with practitioners and organisations are continually being fostered across a range of thematic areas which cut across disciplines and subject areas.

Each interdisciplinary network conducts research with real world application from gender, race, to health and care issues. Our interdisciplinary networks convene a multitude of research events and activities, produce innovative research, and provide a supportive network for university staff and partners.

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Adverse Childhood Experiences Partnership North East Interdisciplinary Research Network

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DisCrim - Vulnerability and Criminal Justice Network

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Health and Care Workforce Interdisciplinary Research Network

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The Race, Class and Ethnicity (RaCE) Interdisciplinary Research Network

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