One Week Residential Course ADVANCES IN QUALITATIVE METHODOLOGIES IN HEALTH, MEDICINE AND SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH
Australian Institute of Health Innovation
The Centre for Healthcare Resilience and Implementation Science (CHRIS), in the Australian Institute of Health Innovation (AIHI), is delighted to offer a one-week training course in qualitative methodological skill development and applied methods in health, medicine and social science research.
The course will be appropriate for people at all levels of methodological understanding and while prior experience would be helpful, it is not essential. This course has already been successful in the United Kingdom, Norway and the United States and has received excellent reviews and evaluations from international attendees.
The course convenor Associate Professor Frances Rapport will assist you to gain skills in applying methods to health services research, designing research questions, developing a theoretical base to your research design and learning how to implement research findings.
You will gain insight into:
• Collecting and analysing data, interpreting and presenting data findings
• Traditional methods including interviews and focus groups
• Innovative methods including bio-photographic elicitation techniques and observational methods.
This is an opportunity to work with leading academics in health services research and qualitative methodologies. You will meet other like-minded people and participate in team-working, small group sessions and individual study.
Monday 18 – Friday 22 July 2016
9.15am – 3.30pm
Luxottica Building, Macquarie University Campus
Level 6, Room 602, 75 Talavera Road
North Ryde 2109