Led by experienced researchers and nursing professionals, in these Queen’s Nursing Institute training sessions you will learn about the latest developments in nursing research, data analysis, and evidence-based practice.Bookmark the Page to Watch More
Value of research for patients and community nursing with Professor Alison Leary
At the masterclass, Professor Alison Leary discusses some of the research she has led with the QNI International Community Nursing Observatory (ICNO) and its impact, including key research into the experiences of care home staff during Covid-19. Alison covered how community nurses can contribute or get involved in research: as participants, collaborating in research or being active users of evidence.
Critically appraising qualitative research papers with Dr Jenni Burt
At this masterclass, Dr Jenni Burt outlines how to approach the critical appraisal of qualitative research papers, with a particular focus on assessing the rigour of methods used, the coherence of findings, and the likely transferability of insights generated.
Writing for publication: tips from an editor with Professor Catherine Walsh
In this masterclass, Professor Catherine Walshe outlines how to write for a peer-reviewed research focused journal, focusing on the audience, structure, and content of the paper.
Introduction to Qualitative data analysis: Reflexive Thematic Analysis with Dr Emma Rowland
At the masterclass, Dr Emma Rowland presents qualitative data analysis techniques, specifically focusing on reflexive thematic analysis (Braun and Clarke 2019). Recommended reading before the masterclass: Braun V, Clarke V, Hayfield N. ‘A starting point for your journey, not a map’: Nikki Hayfield in conversation with Virginia Braun and Victoria Clarke about thematic analysis. Qualitative Research in Psychology. 2022;19(2):424-45.