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3. Analysing Qualitative Interviews

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Summer 2022

Introduction to Analysing Qualitative Interviews - Online

This course introduces the principles and practice of qualitative interview data analysis, with emphasis on thematic analysis. Our expert tutors will support you to develop and practice your analysis skills using a combination of practical online workshops, online group discussions, and lectures.

Registration Fee £670.00

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Cancellation policy:  Registration can be cancelled within 14 days of purchase and a full refund will be given.   If you have to cancel your place on the course after this time up until 30 days prior to the course date, there will be a cancellation fee of £75.  30 days or less prior to the course date, there will be no refund

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BZ3AQITC

Course Leader

Dr Charlotte Albury
Course Description

This two-day online course, introduces the principles and practice of qualitative interview data analysis, with emphasis on thematic analysis. 

 

Over two days our approachable and research-active experts will show that analysis is achievable through an accessible step-by-step process, and will provide all data for you to work with. This process starts with organising data on day one, and finishes on the second day with finding a story that could translate to a research paper or thesis chapter. 

 

We aim to support those who are planning to undertake or manage qualitative research using in-depth or semi-structured interviews or those who have already collected qualitative interview data which they are unsure how to analyse. While it is aimed at the needs of health professionals, researchers, academics and postgraduate students, the skills developed here apply to many settings  - so everyone is welcome, regardless of their research or professional background.

 

Content

The course will include:

  • Expert-led lectures focusing on the principles of qualitative data analysis, with emphasis on thematic analysis
  • Demonstrations, practical online exercises, and small group work to develop participants’ skills in coding and categorising interview data and in interpreting and conceptualising data
  • Practical exercises to follow the analysis process from raw data, to conceptualising a research paper, or thesis chapter.
  • An overview of the role of qualitative data analysis software, using NVivo 12.
  • Practical online exercises considering how to conduct and recognise good ‘quality’ qualitative analysis
  • An accessible overview of the role of theory in qualitative data analysis
  • Feedback to support your learning and understanding

Course delivery

Please note that some of the teaching sessions for this online course will involve you participating in live, interactive Zoom sessions, which will fall between the hours of 09:00 and 17:00 UK time. We are very happy to welcome bookings wherever you are internationally, but please make sure that you are able to attend video calls between these hours.

 

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course participants will:

  • Have an understanding of the principles of qualitative interview data analysis with emphasis on thematic analysis
  • Understand and have practiced the key stages in the analytical process
  • Have gained practical experience of coding, categorising, and conceptualising qualitative interview data using a thematic analysis approach
  • Have awareness of the role of theory as an optional step in the analytic process
  • Have an understanding of the role of software in supporting qualitative analysis

 

Course Tutors

Dr Charlotte Albury

Dr Caitlin Pilbeam

Dr Anna Dowrick

Prof Sue Ziebland

Prof Catherine Pope

Dr Sharon Dixon

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Summer 2022
06/06/202207/06/20220£670.00