Qualitative research projects often involve collaborative efforts of a research team, which may be a daunting challenge if you’re used to conducting research as an individual.
Join us for this live panel discussion to help prepare you for team-based research:
Judy Davidson, author of ‘Qualitative Research and Complex teams’ will discuss issues you need to consider when beginning team-based research. She will cover what you need to think about when forming a team, research design and project organization, and what kind of a digital toolkit you need to consider.
Kristi Jackson, co-author of ‘Qualitative Data Analysis with NVivo’ will look at the spectrum of team research and consider contrasting team contexts and the different ways NVivo can be used to support teamwork.
Tuesday, 23 July
11am EDT | 4pm BST
Judith Davidson, PhD, is a professor in the Research Methods and Program Evaluation PhD program of the College of Education at University of Massachusetts Lowell. A dedicated qualitative researcher with interests in qualitative research software, team methods in qualitative research, the teaching of qualitative research, and arts-based research techniques. Her most recent book is Qualitative Research and Complex Teams in the Oxford University Press series titled “Understanding Qualitative Research”. She is also a co-developer and teacher in the new online graduate certificate in Program Evaluation and Assessment in the UMass Lowell College of Education.
Kristi Jackson, PhD, is a Qualitative Senior Scientist at Optum (www.Optum.com), where she leads studies in Patient Reported Outcomes. These studies are designed to better understand patient experiences of illnesses, treatments and the healthcare system. She also founded Queri (www.queri.com) in 2002, dedicated to providing resources and coaching to NVivo users worldwide. She is lead author of the most recent Sage publication, Qualitative Data Analysis with NVivo (2019).
Silvana di Gregorio, PhD, is Research Director at QSR International. She is also a sociologist and qualitative researcher.
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