Workshop Series to Maximize the Quality of Qualitative Health Research: ‘SHOW AND TELL: Articulating your Methods to Reveal the Quality of your Research’. June 8-9, 2015, Palma.

Frequently, researchers struggle to justify their methodological decisions, clearly articulate the quality of their methodology for publication, and express the importance of their work. This two-day workshop (10 hours) focuses on the strengths of theory-driven critical qualitative health research, offering participants an opportunity to articulate the best elements of their studies and to enhance areas that may require further development.

Working with a group of six accomplished qualitative health researchers and educators who teach graduate courses on QHR and have conducted multiple theory-driven studies, participants will “show and tell” their own research in a friendly academic environment. Engaging collectively with instructors and others in small groups, participants will enhance their ability to articulate their project strengths, theoretical congruence, and the potential of the work to the health sciences field in innovative ways.

Participants This workshop is best suited to researchers in the field of health who are consolidating their QR skills, PhD students, and postdoctoral fellows. A minimum of 5 and a maximum of 25 participants will be accepted.

More information here: Flyer-Show-and-Tell-2015-WEB_0