The course will cover methodological issues from research design through to publication and will provide delegates with the advanced knowledge and skills they require to successfully undertake rigorous qualitative research in whichever setting they choose. It will combine theoretical and practical elements to ensure students are equipped with both understanding and ability when designing qualitative studies and undertaking qualitative analyses.

The course will run for one whole week across five consecutive days (Monday to Friday) from 9:30am to 16.30pm (BST) each day.

Who is this course for?

Anyone undertaking qualitative health research as part of a Masters, PhD, post-doctoral fellowship, or as part of their job (academic or otherwise).

The work you should be involved in should have a focus on clinical, emotional, mental, physical, or psychological health, but can be from any discipline. Ideally, you should already have a good understanding of the fundamentals of qualitative health research, so you can engage with more advanced materials on qualitative methods and methodology.

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