Qualitative Research Methods: The essential support workshop , TBC, Thursday, 07. May 2020

There are a host of qualitative methods available to researchers, from interviews and focus groups to observation and questionnaires, amongst others. This highly supportive session is design to complement these workshops and help participants prepare for their next steps in the research process. It does so by providing an opportunity for those attending to further explore the particular research methods they are think of deploying, have decided upon, or are already starting to use.
The session will offer the chance for participants to identify and address any challenges, dilemmas or uncertainties they have in the selection of particular methods, as well as in the use of these methods in the field, and in the procedures and processes for the collection and storage of data. The interactive nature of this workshop also means that participants will have a chance to learn from others who are at a similar, or subsequent stage in their research. It is also designed with the aim of helping participants to develop strategies that will enable them to progress with their research and to maximise the potential of their chosen methods.

Develop an appreciation of your planned research methods
Explore the key challenges associated with deployment of qualitative methods
Identify ways to address these research challenges
Learn from peers at a similar stage in the process
Consider ways to maximise the potential of your chosen research methods

Session Recording
Please note all attendees of this workshop will receive a follow up email, containing an online recording of the session, and further resources linked to the subject.
Once you have booked onto a workshop, you are expected to attend, if you find that you are not able to meet your commitment to attend, you must ensure that you cancel your booking by contacting the Doctoral School at the earliest possible opportunity so that someone else can be offered the chance to attend. Should you fail to attend a workshop without providing a valid reason your supervisor and Head of Department will be notified.
If we find we have to cancel a workshop at short notice (for example, as a result of tutor illness or extreme weather) we will contact you as soon as possible by email using the email address you submitted at booking.
Cancellation of Attendance
The Researcher Development Programme is very popular and for many workshops we have waiting lists of students wishing to attend. Hence, if you book a place on an event you are expected to attend. If you realise that your attendance is going to be impossible you can cancel your booking by emailing the Doctoral School doctoralschool@.
Please do so as early as possible (and at least 48 hours in advance) so that we can offer your place to another student. 

Thursday, 07. May 2020, TBC, Qualitative Research Methods: The essential support workshop

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