Crash course on conducting and publishing qualitative health research

Crash course on conducting and publishing qualitative health research

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Date: Friday 28th July 2017
Venue: Westmead Institute for Medical Research
Facilitator: Allison Tong
Registration: $50 students, $100 non students and includes materials and catering (spaces are limited to 40)

 


A one-day workshop on how to conduct and publish qualitative health research. Workshop objectives:

– understand the purpose of qualitative research
– compare key differences between qualitative and quantitative research
– gain knowledge of the common methodologies used in qualitative health research
– understand the design of qualitative studies (including participant selection)
– gain skills in common methods and techniques of data collection (interviews, focus groups)
– gain knowledge in the methods and techniques of data analysis
– appraise a qualitative study
– learn how to report and publish qualitative studies in biomedical journals

Comments

“Engaging, interactive approach, and practical delivery of course materials. The task work was very appropriate.”

“The content was really specific and covered an area that my degree hasn’t covered, extremely valuable to my PhD. I could have attended a second day expanding on the exercises, it was so beneficial!”

“Good overview and opportunity to think about my own research.”

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