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Research Workshop: The analytic purpose: Can qualitative data analysis ever be undertaken as a group activity?

2 Mar 2016 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Professor Jackie Parkes, Institute of Health and Wellbeing

Aim: to engage participants in a group data analysis workshop. 

Learning outcomes

 Participants will be able to:-

  1. Explain how qualitative data can be analysed by a group of people.
  2. Explain the benefits of analysing qualitative data using a group approach.
  3. Identify the limitations of utilising a shared process to analyse qualitative data.

This session is designed as a participatory workshop. The aim is to introduce participants to the idea that thematic analysis of qualitative data can be analysed by a group of people, as well as by individuals. The workshop participants will be invited to thematically analyse data extracts and identify and share their emerging key themes while working together as a group.  Participants will be given an opportunity to consider the strengths and limitations of using a shared approach to analysing qualitative data.

Suitable for Masters/PhD students, Healthcare Professionals, Academics, PPI reps.  No prior knowledge required.

To book a place, please email Claire Saul


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