GLOW webinar: Demystifying qualitative research in global maternal and newborn health

Event 13 Jan 2021
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GLOW Webinar: Demystifying qualitative research in global maternal and newborn health

Aim of webinar – To provide a basic overview of qualitative research methodology/methods, providing examples from the field of the main qualitative approaches. To provide tips from the experts on how to conduct high quality qualitative research in global maternal and newborn health.

Audience – This webinar is aimed at academics of varying experiences, including novices.

Speakers – Speakers are from the Department of International Public Health, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Timetable

1.30 – Welcome – Professor Dame Tina Lavender
Overview of session and housekeeping

1PM - Start
1.35 – 1.45 – Qualitative research overview: Dr Tracey Mills

1.45 – What is a phenomenology approach?: Dr Carol Bedwell
1.50 – 14.00 - Phenomenology example: Dr Carol Bedwell

2.00 – What is a grounded theory approach?: Prof Dame Tina Lavender
2.05 – 2.15 – Grounded theory example: Prof Dame Tina Lavender

2.15-2.20 – What is an ethnographic approach?: Dr Nicola Desmond
2.20 – 2.30 – Ethnography example: Dr Nicola Desmond

2.30 – 2.45 – Top tips - All panellists: Dr Tracey Mills

2.45 – 3.00 – Q&A

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