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Asia-Pacific Qualitative
Health Research Network (AQUHN) Webinar
Empowering Health Narratives: Advancing Rigour and Impact in Qualitative Health Research

The Asia-Pacific Qualitative Health Research Network (AQUHN) Webinar will be held online on December 5 and 6, 2023.

 

The "Empowering Health Narratives: Advancing Rigour and Impact in Qualitative Health Research" webinar is a dynamic event aimed at fostering innovation and collaboration in qualitative health research. Bringing together experts, researchers, enthusiasts, and postgraduate students, the webinar facilitates knowledge exchange and the development of new strategies for enhancing research rigor and impact.

 

Structured around four key topics, the webinar addresses critical aspects of qualitative research in healthcare.

Live Webinar │ Free Registration

December 5, 2023 (09:00 – 13:00 UTC+8)

December 6, 2023 (17:00 – 19:00 UTC+8)

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By attending the "Empowering Health Narratives" webinar, participants will gain valuable insights and skills while joining a vibrant community committed to advancing the quality and impact of qualitative health research. This event ultimately contributes to improving healthcare outcomes, making a tangible difference in patients' and communities' lives worldwide.

Our Zoom webinar has reached its maximum capacity. Please click here or scan the QR code below to register and watch the live stream on YouTube:

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Should you have any questions, please contact AQUHN Secretariat via email at aquhn@hku.hk

December 5, 2023 (Tuesday)

(Hong Kong Time: 09:00 – 10:00, UTC+8)
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Adjunct Professor 

University of British Columbia

Professor Emerita

University of Alberta

Topic:

How to conduct rigorous qualitative research

The first topic explores methodologies and best practices for conducting rigorous qualitative research, covering research designs, data collection techniques, and analytical approaches.
(Hong Kong Time: 09:00 – 10:00, UTC+8)
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Professor

University of British Columbia

Editor-in-Chief

Global Qualitative Nursing Research

Topic:

Successful qualitative research manuscript writing

The second topic focuses on the art of successful qualitative research manuscript writing, guiding attendees through crafting compelling narratives and navigating the publication process.

December 6, 2023 (Wednesday)

(Hong Kong Time: 17:00 – 18:00, UTC+8)
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Professor

Østfold University College

Editor-in-Chief

Qualitative Health Research

Topic:
Qualitative research in Mixed-methods Studies

This session introduces and explores how mixed method research and the thinking that underpins it can be put into practice and used to contribute new knowledge to an area of interest. In the session we will focus on: What is mixed methods research and how can qualitative research be part of it in a way that retains the integrity of qualitative inquiry? What will I need to think about when designing and conducting that research? Why putting an emphasis on mixing, how and why, and not just methods, matters? What are common problems in mixed methods research and how can they be navigated?  

The session draws on the chapter “Designing Research Using Mixed Methods in Cheek, J and Øby, E (2023) Research Design. Why thinking about design matters. Sage, Thousand Oaks. It will be very helpful for participants to have access to that chapter and also to have read it as the point of departure for the webinar.

(Hong Kong Time: 18:00 – 19:00, UTC+8)
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Professor

University of Exeter Medical School

Convenor

Cochrane Qualitative and Implementation Methods group

Topic:
Qualitative Evidence Synthesis

The fourth and final topic covers qualitative evidence synthesis, introducing various synthesis methods and strategies for conducting high-quality evidence syntheses that contribute to healthcare policies and practices.

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