Flexible Design and the Rigor Needed
Thursday 5/10 1:00pm. Online in Blackboard Collaborate.
Learn why qualitative research is called “flexible” design, why flexibility is needed in qualitative research, and what research rigor looks like in a qualitative context. Understand what it takes to design a qualitative inquiry question and a qualitative research project, and learn the difference between research rigor in quantitative versus qualitative designs. Register here.
Becoming Sherlock: How To Master the Art of Observational Data
Thursday 5/17 1:00pm. Online in Blackboard Collaborate.
Dig into the tool that is at the heart of qualitative research: the observation. We will discuss how observational data can add a richness to your research, and participants will learn the basics of observational data collection. Register here.
Engaging Key Partners to Design and Conduct High Quality Clinical Research
Tuesday 6/5 to Wednesday 6/6. Health Sciences Learning Center.
This short course focuses on methods of stakeholder engagement critical to the success of clinical research. Through didactic and experiential learning activities, you will gain skills to engage stakeholders (e.g., patients, community members, industry, clinical sites, payers, and government agencies). Attendees will gain skills and strategies that will enhance the success of their research proposals, ease the execution of studies, and be better positioned to generate findings that can have real world impact. Cost: $50. Register here.