Upcoming Training: Advances in Qualitative Methods
Presenter: Alison Hamilton PhD, MPH
Dr. Alison Hamilton is an Associate Research Anthropologist in the UCLA Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences. Her main area of interest is the relationship between addiction, mental health, and sexuality among women.
Topics to be covered include:
Day 1: Rapid turnaround qualitative research, qualitative methods in implementation research, presenting qualitative findings to quantitative audiences
Day 2: Master class (workshopping student and faculty projects)
Purpose: This training is sponsored by the UMB School of Social Work (SSW) and due to the consultative nature of the second training day, priority will be given to PhD students and junior faculty within the UMB SSW who register prior to Wednesday, January 13, 2021. However, anyone (whether you are within the SSW or not) who is interested in this training should register and we will provide confirmation to you as soon as possible, particularly given the short time frame between now and the training itself (February 1 and 2).
If you are interested in having a consultation on your qualitative project, please provide a brief (250-400 words) description that includes the current status of your data collection and analysis and any areas of focus. Your proposal should be sent to both Dr. Corey Shdaimah at email@example.com and Rachel Imboden at firstname.lastname@example.org
Zoom information will be sent to you after you are registered.