The UCL Qualitative Health Research Network (UCL QHRN) is a cross-faculty and transdisciplinary initiative to support the use and development of qualitative research in health, illness and care.
Tag: Qualitative Research
New blog from Anna Volkmer – sharing further info from last weeks 1st meeting of a group of researchers all interested in using qualitative research methods with people with communication difficulties and dementia.
This four-day course aims to provide research students with an understanding of the purpose and appropriate use of qualitative research methods from Monday 23 July to Thursday 26 July. Different theoretical approaches to data collection and analysis will be explored, including the Grounded Theory approach and Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Methods to be described will include individual…
The IDEAL Study has published two free online masterclasses – aimed at researchers wanting to improve techniques for qualitative interviews of people with dementia, and involving people with dementia & carers in research.
This training video by Joanne Tippett shared from the NCRM website introduces participatory data gathering, looking at when and how in the research process it can be used, and exploring key issues to consider in research design.
What’s possible when a group of creative, motivated, self-driven qualitative researchers find each other? Adam Smith joined Dr Jemima Dooley and Dr Sarah Griffiths to record this podcast and find out about their plans.
As early stage researchers we are not always fully prepared for qualitative research and the ethical procedure. In this weeks podcast Dr Lakshini Mendis talks with Sarah Wallcook and Yvette Vermeer about how the tackled this issue.
Skateboarding conversation analyst and qualitative researcher at the University of Bristol. Researching Communication in dementia care, exploring how decisions are made in urgent care in dementia, particularly in out-of-hours services. Always wins an argument.