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Qualitative Research Part 1 – Epistemologies and data collection (Research Methods)
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This workshop aims to provide you with an overview of a range of qualitative analytical skills and methodologies, which can be applied in a range of research settings. The workshop will introduce how qualitative data can be collected (surveys, focus groups). In addition, a range of data analysis packages will also be covered. All participants during the session will have an opportunity to analyse a piece of text to apply learned knowledge to practice.

Research Methods Series: A standalone series, but also to support our understanding of research integrity & ethics; the research methods series will give overviews of qualitative and quantitative or mixed methods; why some researchers will adopt certain methods; and why some approaches are more suitable than others. The sessions will provide general ideas; signposts to follow up on specific areas; the positives and negatives of different approaches. You will need to speak to your department for full research methodology training in your chosen practice.

You can attend the whole series or just pick the ones of specific interest.

Who is this for?

Stages of PhD

Early 0-14 months

Mid 12-24 months