19 Apr module 14: from research theme to qualitative research design
- module 14: from research theme to qualitative research design
19/09/2019 - 20/09/2019
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Thu 19/09: 9.30 am - 5.00 pm | S8 room 2.036
Fri 20/09: 9.30 am - 5.00 pm | S8 room 2.036
From research theme to qualitative research design.
We cover the following topics during the course of this module:
- Qualitative Research Designs: what is QR? What kinds of designs exist?
- Focus on Grounded Theory and Phenomenology
- From Research Theme to qualitative research design: Importance of explorative character of QR, setting your research question in QR, epistemology/ontology
- Workshop in writing a RQ, setting up a qualitative research design, writing a script
- Reporting of qualitative research
- Quality Appraisal of qualitative research
- Qualitative interviews: theory
- Qualitative interviews: workshop
No previous knowledge or experience in qualitative research methods is required. The module will be taught in English. Ability to read, write and speak in English are a prerequisite for participation.
Dr. Sibyl Anthierens is a primary care sociologist at the Department of Interdisciplinary and Primary Care and a core member of the University Centre of Qualitative Health Research Antwerp. She has a particular focus on evaluating the impact of evidence in primary care through implementation science. She is working on how evidence based treatment and management strategies are used or not used in everyday practice by patients and professionals with a special focus on infectious disease management (antibiotic use in the context of antimicrobial resistance). She is also looking at new ways to support the frail elderly and their caregivers and evaluating how this works in daily life and practice. Because of the research questions she is addressing (perceptions, the how and why,…) she predominantly uses qualitative methods (process evaluation, general descriptive qualitative research and grounded theory). She supervises several undergraduate students with their research projects and supports several national and international PhD students on the methodological aspects of their research.
Professor Dr. Hilde Bastiaens is a researcher and teacher in the department of Primary and interdisciplinary care and president of the University Centre of Qualitative Health Research Antwerp. She has a number of areas of research interest that, among others, include the following: translational research, implementation research, chronic care, empowerment and self-management education and research into preventive care services for children. On the methodological level, her interest and expertise lies mainly in qualitative research. She supervised many Master theses and is currently promoter of 3 international PhD theses. Besides being an academic, she is a clinician providing preventive services for young children.
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