Applied Qualitative Research: A Practical Guide for Graduate Student Researchers
Are you interested in gaining an understanding of how to design, conduct and present applied qualitative research? If so, these webinars are for you. While this webinar series is particularly intended for graduate students, the Faculty of Graduate Studies additionally invites and warmly welcomes graduate faculty, including supervisors and committee members as well as research staff and postdocs. Feel free to come to one, two or all of them. Webinars will be delivered virtually and will be recorded. Registration is required.
Facilitated by Karen Campbell, RN, PhD, assistant professor, School of Nursing, York University. Campbell’s program of research focuses on the intersections of women’s health with physical and social geography. She has taught graduate-level courses in qualitative research and designed and conducted multiple applied qualitative research projects using a broad range of study designs and approaches to analysis.
Webinar One: Developing a Plan for Conducting Applied Qualitative Research
In this session, we cover an overview of applied qualitative research, including how to develop a research plan. We focus on relevant designs and how to find methodological congruence or “fit” when making study decisions (e.g. objectives, design, questions and sampling). Additionally, participants will learn how to create answerable applied qualitative research questions using an EPPiC framework. Links to materials to be provided.
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 28
Time: 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Additional details are available on the Graduate and Postdoctoral Professional Skills site.