Innovative Data Collection Techniques for Qualitative Health Research
July 24 @ 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
Innovative Data Collection Techniques for Qualitative Health Research: A Webinar
Offered by the UW ICTR Qualitative & Mixed Methods Research Educational Resources, a program of the ICTR Community-Academic Partnership program.
Tune in to learn about three innovative qualitative data collection techniques being used by UW-Madison health sciences investigators.
- Susan Passmore, of the Collaborative Center for Health Equity, will describe the qualitative story deck, a tool designed to elicit attitudes toward research participation among members of underrepresented communities.
- Ryan Coller and Michelle Kelly, of the Department of Pediatrics, and Nicole Werner, of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, will talk about their use of contextual inquiry, a multi-method strategy for developing a holistic understanding of pediatric patients’ home environments.
- Michelle Chui, of the School of Pharmacy, will present her team’s scenario-based hybrid approach, designed to allow investigators access to the cognitive processes underlying older adults’ over-the-counter medication selections.
To attend, please RSVP to Nora Jacobson (email@example.com) by July 20. A Webex meeting invite will be sent to you prior to the webinar. Note: The webinar will be recorded. If you are unable to attend on the 24th you can request a link to the recording from Nora Jacobson.