Summer School in Social Network Analysis, Greenwich, London June 13 – 22


The Centre for Business Network Analysis (CBNA) at the University of Greenwich, London, is hosting the 7th edition of its Summer School in Social Network Analysis.

In 2018 the CBNA is hosting the following two workshops:

  • A 3-day introductory workshop in Social Networks: Doing Research with Social Network Analysis: Tools, Theories and Applications
    • This foundational course will introduce participants to the basic concepts and techniques of social network analysis (SNA) and help them with the formulation of network-related research questions;
    • Dates: 13 – 15 June
  • A 5-day Greenwich Accelerated Development Programme (GADPro) in Social Networks. The GADPro workshop offers to both professionals and academics the opportunity to learn how a network approach can help them shed new light on the research, management or policy issues they face. Each year the theoretical and hands-on lab sessions offered in the programme share a common theme and focus on a specific research and policy area.
    • The thematic edition of the 2018 GADPro will be dedicated to Social Networks in Health. Participants will learn how to use SNA to address major issues in the study of health care, health management, and in the study of health-related individual behaviour.
    • Dates: 18 – 22 June

You can register for one or both. For full details, please see: CBNA Summer School Website


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Published by Marten Düring
March 31, 2018

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