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Qualitative Research Methods in Health


Dr Caroline Huxley

Dr Agnieszka Ignatowicz

Agnieszka will act as main lead from 17 April 2015

Duration: 5 days

4,000 word essay to be submitted 12 weeks following taught sessions

CATS: 20

Code: MH930

Develop knowledge and understanding of qualitative and comparative methods as used in health-related research and develop your skills in the use of these methods

  • Gain the capability to use these research methods appropriately for undertaking research and evaluation both as part of postgraduate study and in your working environment
  • This module may be taken to satisfy the research methods requirements of WMS Masters degree programmes, where applicable
  • It should normally be taken after Understanding Research and Critical Appraisal and before the Professional Project or Dissertation

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    • MSc route: available as a core option on the MSc in Health Research or as an option on most other MSc programmes
    • Not sure an MSc is for you? Take this module as a non-accredited course or a Postgraduate Award. Contact us (CPDenquiries at warwick dot ac dot uk) for more information.