|Qualitative Research Methods for Public Health|
|Convenor||Dr Darshini Ayton PhD, MPH, BBiomedSci (Hons)|
15th, 16th and 17th of June 2015
|Time||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Venue||The Alfred Centre, 99 Commercial Road, Prahran, Victoria, Australia
Level 5, Seminar room 1
Clinical and allied health professionals, psychologists, public health researchers, PhD students interested in using qualitative research methods.
The aim of this short course is to introduce participants to the theories, concepts and practice of qualitative research. The use of qualitative research methods in public health research, such as program evaluations and clinical trials,is increasingly common. Through this short course participants will gain practical skills in employing qualitative research designs, data collection and analysis. In particular participants will learn how to meaningfully incorporate qualitative research with other research methods and study designs. Participants will be asked to submit a brief overview of current or intended research to help inform the development of practical exercise for the course.
Day 1: Research Designs
- Principles and concepts of qualitative research
Day 2: Data Collection
- Qualitative data collection techniques
Day 3: Coding
- Introduction to qualitative analysis (frameworks, coding)
|Further information||Participants will be asked to submit a brief overview of current or intended research to help inform the development of practical exercise for the course.|
Course materials will include lecture/seminar slides and key readings. Reading will be provided via a USB stick.
|Fee||AUD $440 per day (incl. GST)|
*Course fee AUD $440 per day covers morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea each day.
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