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MH930 - Qualitative Research Methods in Health

  • Module code: MH930
  • Module name: Qualitative Research Methods in Health
  • Department: WMS, Postgraduate Taught & CPD
  • Credit: 20

Content and teaching | Assessment | Availability

Module content and teaching

Principal aims

The module aims to develop students’ knowledge and understanding of qualitative and comparative methods as used in health related research and to develop their 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.

Principal learning outcomes

Students will be able to: Demonstrate a critical understanding of the origins and usage of qualitative and comparative research methods in relation to health; Demonstrate how to develop a research question and use appropriate qualitative and comparative methods to answer it; Demonstrate an understanding of the range of research methods and when and how they should be used; Demonstrate a critical understanding of the use of qualitative and comparative methods in relation to other widely used research methods in health care.

Timetabled teaching activities

5 Days

Departmental link

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/med/study/cpd/module_index/mh930

Module assessment

Assessment group Assessment name Percentage
20 CATS (Module code: MH930-20)
A (Assessed work only) Assessed Course Work 100%

Module availability

This module is available on the following courses:

Core
  • Postgraduate Taught Health Research (B9C2) - Year 1
  • MSc in Health Services Management (B9N2) - Year 2
  • MSc in Health Services Management (B9N2) - Year 3
  • MSc in Health Services Management (B9N2) - Year 4
  • MSc in Health Services Management (B9N2) - Year 5
  • MSc in Health Services Management (B9N2) - Year 6
Optional Core
  • MSc in Diabetes (B906) - Year 4
  • MSc in Diabetes (B906) - Year 5
  • MSc in Diabetes (B906) - Year 6
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B930) - Year 1
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B930) - Year 2
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B930) - Year 3
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B930) - Year 4
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B930) - Year 5
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B930) - Year 6
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B930) - Year 7
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B930) - Year 8
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B944) - Year 2
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B944) - Year 3
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B944) - Year 4
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B944) - Year 5
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B944) - Year 6
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B945) - Year 2
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B945) - Year 3
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B945) - Year 4
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B945) - Year 5
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B945) - Year 6
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B950) - Year 2
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B950) - Year 3
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B950) - Year 4
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B950) - Year 5
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B950) - Year 6
Optional
  • Public Health (B902) - Year 2
  • Public Health (B902) - Year 3
  • Public Health (B902) - Year 4
  • Public Health (B902) - Year 5
  • Public Health (B902) - Year 6
  • MSc in Diabetes (B906) - Year 2
  • MSc in Diabetes (B906) - Year 3
  • MSc in Diabetes (B907) - Year 2
  • MSc in Diabetes (B907) - Year 3
  • MSc in Diabetes (B907) - Year 4
  • MSc in Diabetes (B907) - Year 5
  • MSc in Diabetes (B907) - Year 6
  • MSc in Medical Leadership (B91G) - Year 2
  • MSc in Medical Leadership (B91G) - Year 3
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B941) - Year 2
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B941) - Year 3
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B941) - Year 4
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B941) - Year 5
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B941) - Year 6
  • MSc in Health Sciences (B941) - Year 7