Sister Group: Qualitative Research Methods

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Qualitative Brown Bag Lunches (bring your own sandwiches!)

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These meetings take place alternating between the fourth Thursday and Friday of every month from 12.30-1.30pm in room 226 on the 2nd floor of the Primary Care Building. They are an opportunity for all those doing qualitative research to informally share the work they are doing, to test run conference presentations, to get advice on any challenges they are encountering during their research, or to get feedback on early findings/project ideas from an informed (but friendly!) audience. There are also themed sessions to discuss and explore the fundamentals of qualitative research.

If you would like more information, have a presentation or workshop you can offer, or want to suggest a theme, please get in touch with Antje (



Thursday 22nd November Christel McMullan

Friday 26th October

Thursday 20th September Harpreet Sihre

Friday 24th August

Thursday 28th June: Chidubem Ogwulu

Friday 25th May: Susan Waigwa

Thursday 26th April: Jenny LaFontaine Papadopoulos

Friday 23rd March: Leena Andrews



Previous meetings


Friday 24rd November: Experiences and opinions of clinicians receiving a telephone outreach intervention for patients with acute kidney injury (Antje Lindenmeyer).

Thursday 28th September: qualitative work exploring young people’s preferences in relation to online screening for STIs (Louise Jackson)

Friday 25th August: Adapting to ulcerative colitis to try to live a ‘normal’ life: a qualitative study of patients’ experiences (Christel McMullan)

Thursday 22nd June: How do parents cope when their child has a life changing admission to hospital? A Qualitative Research Protocol (Sally Bradshaw)

Friday 26th May: Antje’s Work in Progress: Transnational Health Seeking

Friday 31st March: Qualitative aspects of a project aiming to improve the detection of avoidable hospital deaths using retrospective case record review (An Te)

Thursday 23rd February: Understanding the lived experiences of severe postnatal psychiatric illnesses in South Asian women, living in the UK: A qualitative study
(Harpreet Sihre)


Previous Meetings Archive



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