2008 qherc events

Meetings

February 12
Presenter: Dr Cynthia Hunter (University of Technology Sydney)
Title: Learning how we learn: an ethnographic study of Neonatal ICU

March 18 (Note 3rd week in March)
Presenter: Bronwyn Hall (School of Public Health, University of Sydney)
Title: Mixed methods research: A synergistic approach

April 8
Presenter: Anthony Arcuri (UNSW)
Title: Psychotherapists sexual attraction to clients

May 13
Presenter: Dr Stacy Carter VELIM
Title: The experience of participating in qualitative research

June 10
Presenter: Dr Catherine Bridge (University of Sydney)
Title: The Home Modification Information project

July 8
Presenter: Dr Julie Mooney-Somers (National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research, University of New South Wales)
Title: Participatory action research project with young Indigenous people around blood borne viruses and sexually transmitted infections

August 12
Presenter: Dr Julie Leask (National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance of Vaccine Preventable Diseases (NCIRS), The Children's Hospital at Westmead)
Title: Epistemological frameworks and theory in qualitative research: a discussion

September 9
Presenter: Sarah White (PhD Candidate,University of Otago, Wellington)
Title: Surgeon-Patient Communication: An in-depth analysis of consultation structure

October 14
Presenter: Virginia Simpson Young
Title: Ethnographic study of older peoples experience of registered club participation.

Workshop - Advanced Narrative Inquiry

A 1 day seminar by Professor Catherine Kohler Riessman

Professor Riessman will run a one-day seminar on methods of narrative analysis (advanced level), emphasizing working with oral narrative (vs. written and/or visual) about health and illness. The seminar will be interactive. Participants will be given an opportunity to submit their own one page narrative sement from an interview conversation. The one page narrative must include your name, the interview situation, and depidentification of study participants. The one-page segment must be submitted to Allison Tong by Friday 29th February 2008. These may be used during the seminar for teaching and discussion purposes.