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Live Seminar at Perth Children's Hospital also streamed online through Avaya Workplace

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Nedlands, WA 6009

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CAHS Research Education Program | Research Skills Seminar Series

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Qualitative Research Methods

Friday, 25th November 2022

Seminar Synopsis:

The use of qualitative research methods is becoming more popular in health either as the primary research method or as part of a mixed methods approach to investigating a health issue. This seminar covers the benefits of using qualitative research; some of the myths associated with the use of qualitative research; the types of qualitative methods; how data is collected and analysed; and, how the research prepares to use qualitative research to improve health outcomes for individuals, families and communities.

Presented by

Dr Shirley McGough - Adjunct Research Fellow

School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine, Mental health/Mental Illness, Curtin University

Shirley has a wide range of experience conducting health research in the area of mental health using a mix of research designs. She is a registered nurse and a credentialed mental health nurse.

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There are three ways you can attend the seminar:

1. Attend in-person at Perth Children's Hospital, PCH Auditorium, Level 5 (MAP)

2. Watch online from a hosted video-conference location:

  • Fiona Stanley Hospital
  • Lion's Eye Institute (QEII - LEI Staff only)
  • Royal Perth Hospital

Nb. If you would like to host a regular video-conference at your site, please contact us via email researcheducationprogram@health.wa.gov.au. 

3. Online video-stream via Avaya Workplace

You can watch our seminars in real-time via Avaya Workplace through your PC browser or by downloading the Avaya app to your personal device.

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The Research Education Program (REP) is an open access resource provided by the Child and Adolescent Health Service (CAHS), Department of Research and is generously supported by the PCH Foundation. The Program provides valuable educational resources to support staff and students of any clinical discipline and level of experience to undertake high quality, meaningful research.

The Program includes the Research Skills Seminar Series, REDCap workshops and resources and the Clinical Audit Handbook.

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Live Seminar at Perth Children's Hospital also streamed online through Avaya Workplace

Perth Children's Hospital

15 Hospital Ave

Nedlands, WA 6009

Australia

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The CAHS Research Education Program presents the Research Skills Seminar Series, hosted by the Child and Adolescent Health Service and supported by the Perth Children's Hospital Foundation.

We offer free, open-access learning opportunities on key topics across the research process, with comprehensive handouts including additional information and resources. All our Seminars can be attended during your lunch-hour and are broadcast live online through various hosted video-conference sites, and available for viewing on your PC or personal device via the Avaya Workplace application. Access past past recordings on our website, download a copy of the schedule.

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  • Phone: +61 8 6456 0514
  • Email: researcheducationprogram@health.wa.gov.au

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