Qualitative Theory and Method Conversations
The use of qualitative methods informed by social theory has expanded in health-related research. The resulting work has greatly enhanced our understanding in many areas ranging from the ways that people understand health and embodiment to the ways that organisational discourses influence health care.
Qualitative methodologists investigate a broad array of health-related research questions. While it is neither possible nor useful to list these, it is extraordinarily worthwhile to discuss them. This is the purpose of the Qualitative Conversations group. If you have an interest in theoretically informed qualitative research, you are very welcome to join our discussion group.
Friday 30 November 12 noon
Department of Population Health
34 Gloucester Street
Susan Bidwell – firstname.lastname@example.org – for the reading to be discussed.