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Read more about sexual attitudes and lifestyles in Britain...
During 2021, as part of a research enrichment public engagement grant from the Wellcome Trust, we are developing several Open Educational Resources (OERs). Specifically OERs derived from the National Surveys of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal).
There have been major changes in sexual attitudes over the years, but what are the views of the ‘average’ British person in terms of sex? Try our sexual attitudes interactive 'No sex please, we’re British!' to see how your views compare to the majority.
Sex is many things to many people. For couples it can be about desire and pleasure, fun and excitement, and sometimes obligation and duty. When it works it’s great.
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This free course is concerned with some of the statistical methods used in epidemiology and more widely in medical statistics. Section 1 introduces cohort studies in which individuals are classified according to their exposure and followed forward in time to evaluate disease outcomes. Section 2 looks at models for cohort studies. Section 3 ...
This free course brings national census data to life by highlighting the vibrant stories of the diverse residents of Milton Keynes. This ‘new town’ with an increasingly mixed population, serves as a rich case study for understanding demographic changes in ethnicity and religion across the UK. The approach can be applied in any local context. It ...
This free course is an introduction to Bayesian statistics. Section 1 discusses several ways of estimating probabilities. Section 2 reviews ideas of conditional probabilities and introduces Bayes’ theorem and its use in updating beliefs about a proposition, when data are observed, or information becomes available. Section 3 introduces the main ...
If you want to learn more about the research behind this interactive, check out www.natsal.ac.uk