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4th Qualitative Research Summer School

The Summer School consists of 16 workshops, each of which is conducted over one or two days. Each workshop will be led by an established figure in their field of qualitative research and attended by participants with a particular interest in that field. The workshops, and their leaders, are as follows:

8-9 June

Case Study Research – Two Day Workshop Robert Stake, Director, Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation (CIRCE), University of Illinois

Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis: Two-Day Introductory Workshop Paul Flowers, Professor of Sexual Health

Psychology, Glasgow Caledonian University

11-12 June

Hermeneutic Phenomenological Inquiry Two-Day Intensive Cathy Adams, Assistant Professor of Education, University of Alberta

Grounded Theory Two-Day Troubleshooting Workshop Tom Andrews, Lecturer, School of Nursing and Midwifery, University College Cork

8 June

Creative interviewing in qualitative research Vanessa May, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Manchester

Ethnography Jean Clarke, Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing, Dublin City University

9 June

Doing Narrative Research Molly Andrews, Professor of Sociology/ Codirector of the Centre for Narrative Research,

University of East London

 Invitation to Grounded Theory Research Agnes Higgins, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Trinity College Dublin

10 June

Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis: Advanced Workshop Virginia Eatough, Lecturer in Psychology,

Birkbeck College, University of London

 Sensitive topics in qualitative research Margareta Hyden, Professor of Social Work, Linkoping University, Sweden

The Biographical-Narrative Interpretive Method (BNIM): ‘Taster Day’

11 June

The Biographical-Narrative Interpretive Method (BNIM): Advanced Workshop Tom Wengraf, Formerly Visiting Senior Research Fellow, University of East London and then at Birkbeck College, London University

10 June Designing Qualitative Projects

11 June Writing and Publishing Qualitative Inquiry

12 June Mixed Methods Research Janice Morse, Professor and the Barnes Presidential Research Chair, College of

Nursing, University of Utah

12 June Analysing Qualitative Data Mark Philbin, Lecturer, School of Nursing,Dublin City University

Prof Janice Morse - Exploring complex phenomena: The case of suffering

Fees:

One-day workshops- €160; €100 for unwagedTwo-day workshops- €300; €150 for unwaged

Further information can be obtained from

www.dcu.ie/nursing/qrss or siobhan.doherty@dcu.ie or 353 (0)1 7007987


Further information can be obtained from

www.dcu.ie/nursing/qrss or

t  8th June @ 5.30pm PUBLIC LECTURE – OPEN TO ALL