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This course provides a sound introduction to qualitative health research. You will consider the relevance and value of qualitative methodologies which respond to current health agendas. The course introduces planning to conduct relevant research and a range of methods to generate, handle and analyse qualitative data. You will gain insight into issues of rigour, quality and ethics, and understand the importance of engaging with relevant audiences.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
This course aims to introduce qualitative approaches and methods within health research and to help you gain insight into the practical experience of engaging in qualitative research.
The course is delivered by a range of experienced contributors, and you will gain insight into the practicalities of undertaking qualitative research via a range of electronic resources. You will receive approximately 30 hours of online teaching which will provide you with a theoretical background for each topic. You are expected to spend a further 70 time in private study and 70 hours in preparation for assessments.
|Assessment Weeks||9||Feedback Weeks||11|
|Assessment Weeks||5||Feedback Weeks||7|
There are no assessments for this course.
|Knowledge Level||Thinking Skill||Outcome|
|Reflection||Understand||Articulate and justify the relevance of qualitative approaches within health research|
|Reflection||Evaluate||Critically evaluate appropriate methods used within qualitative research|
|Conceptual||Apply||Identify and justify the processes and rationales involved in planning and conducting effective, rigorous and ethical qualitative research|