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UQ Herston Campus, Public Health Building, room 418

Herston, QLD 4006

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Mixed Methods & Participatory Action Research to Address Health Challenges in Hard-to-Reach Populations

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Dr. Julie Hennegan, Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health

Dr. Dani Barrington, University of Leeds. Lecturer in Water, Sanitation and Health

About the workshop: The complexity of health challenges in hard to reach populations calls for nuanced understanding. This workshop will provide an introduction to using mixed methods research and participatory action research (PAR) to understand complex health challenges. We will present key concepts in these research methods, followed by activities to introduce participants to design challenges and data collection methods used within the two approaches. Recent research will serve as examples of mixed methods and PAR analysis, opportunity for critical appraisal, and the integration of data from different sources. Participants are requested to come along with a health challenge that they would like to investigate. Throughout the workshop they will design a programme for addressing this challenge through a combination of quantitative and qualitative data collection methods.

This workshop is particularly tailored to ECRs & PhDs, but all interested researchers and research students are welcome to attend.

This event is free thanks to funding from UQ Global Strategy and Partnerships.

For further details, contact Dr. Nina Hall, UQ School of Public Health on n.hall2@uq.edu.au.

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