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12th Qualitative Research Summer School

4th - 7th June, 2019

This is the 12th Qualitative Research Summer School hosted by the School of Nursing and Human Sciences at Dublin City University. The Summer School is aimed at people who are doing or planning a research project, and who want practical help in the form of guidance from established figures in the relevant methodological field, as well as opportunities to reflect upon their own work. We offer a range of workshops on methods, design, data collection, analysis and writing up. In order to ensure that all the workshops are of the highest possible quality we are limited in the number of places we can offer. Therefore early booking is advisable.

Use the menus to the left and below to reveal more details including: Workshops Details, Workshop Leaders, Venue and Directions, Accommodation and Booking Form.

See below a mixture of one and two day workshops schedules for 2019.

Full Programme

4th June

Realist Evaluation Using Qualitative Methods
(One-day workshop)

Dr Sonia Dalkin

Senior Lecturer in Public Health, Faculty of Health & Life Sciences
Northumbria  University, Newcastle

4th and 5th June

Interview Methodology
(Two-day workshop)

Dr Helen Holmes

Research Follow, Sustainable Consumption Institute, School of Social Sciences
University of Manchester

4th JuneThematic Analysis
(One-day workshop)

Dr Claire Moran

Honorary Research Fellow, School of Psychology,
University of Queensland

5th June

Narrative and Arts-based Inquiry
(One-day workshop)

Dr Briege Casey


Assistant Professor, School of Nursing and Human Sciences
Dublin City University

5th JuneParticipatory Action Research: A living theory approach
(One-day workshop)

Prof Jack Whitehead

Distinguished Scholar in Residence at Westminster College, Utah; Visiting Professor at Ningxia University in China

6th June

Thematic Analysis
(One-day workshop)

Dr Claire Moran

Honorary Research Fellow, School of Psychology,
University of Queensland

6th and 7th June

Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA)
(Two-day workshop)

Professor Paul Flowers


Professor of Public Health Psychology,
University of Glasgow

6th and 7th June

Understanding and Conducting Mixed Methods Research
(Two-day workshop)

Dr Rebecca Johnson

Assistant Professor of Public Health, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences,
Coventry University

Workshops run from 10am to 4:30pm and registration begins at 9:15am each day.

Download a print friendly version of the full programme timetable here.

Download a print friendly version of the daily schedule here.

 

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