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Course: Critical Choices in Qualitative Research

posted 28 Jun 2018, 06:45 by ICO Education   [ updated 28 Jun 2018, 06:46 ]
October 29 – November 2, 2018. School of Health Professions Education of Maastricht University
Are you a PhD students or other researcher in health professions education planning or conducting a qualitative research project, and wish to extend your knowledge and skills related to qualitative research design and/or data analysis?

“The fascinating thing about qualitative research is that there is always more to learn about it. Every project is a new creative challenge. It never gets boring.”
Dr. Janneke Frambach, Course Coordinator

· 1 week Campus-Based, at Maastricht University
· Face-to-face, 1-week full time. Post graduate level, (2 ECTS).
· Date: 29 October-2 November 2018. Application Deadline: September 15, 2018
· Your own project is the central theme guiding you through the course. This can range from a research idea to (part of) a dataset
· Peer exchange: present your progress, reflections and objectives for the future
· Hands-on: Research design and data analysis
· Course fee: €1400

Course information Looking for a course that will help you getting started with your qualitative research project? Or are you feeling lost in data analysis or just in need of some critical reflection on your analysis? In this course we focus on essential moments of choice in the qualitative research process, in particular selecting your research design and selecting your analytical strategy. These choices are inherently interconnected and will ultimately decide how you make sense of your data.

Objectives This course will get you started and further assist you in designing your study or analyzing your data. Your own project is the central theme guiding you through the course. Depending on where you are in your study, you will get hands-on with designing your study or analyzing and interpreting your data. Ample opportunities for peer exchange, peer review and individual consultations with course leaders will enable you to reflect on and shape your own work, as well as learn about the moments of choice involved in qualitative research more broadly.

More information and registration click here or email: she@maastrichtuniversity.nl