Qualitative Research

Visual Timeline Interviews Over The Telephone: Findings From The STAR Family Study

Posted on 8 July 2020 by Bethan Pell

Background My passion and enthusiasm lies in relevant and impactful public health and qualitative research. Leaving university with a degree in Psychology, I worked closely with vulnerable groups in various mental health settings before training as an independent domestic violence advocate with Women’s Aid. These experiences, although fulfilling and rewarding, highlighted the importance and impact
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Author Interview With Dr Aimee Grant – Doing EXCELLENT Social Research With Documents: Practical Examples And Guidance For Qualitative Researchers

Posted on 3 August 2018 by Aimee Grant

Dr Aimee Grant from the Centre for Trials Research qualitative team talks here about her upcoming book on social research published by Routledge, Doing EXCELLENT social research with documents: Practical examples and guidance for qualitative researchers, which is available for pre-order with a 20% discount using the code: FLR40. Get a free chapter of Dr Grant’s book Chapter 8
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From Antwerp to Cardiff and back again

Posted on 30 April 2018 by Kerry Hood

For the last week in April, Dr Sibyl Anthierens from the Department of Primary and Interdisciplinary Care at University of Antwerp has visited the Centre for Trials Research and Division of Population Medicine at Cardiff University.  The aims of this visit were to build on previous collaborations and develop new ones. Dr Sibyl Anthierens: ‘I
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Centre for Trials Research Qualitative Group Away Day 2017

Posted on 10 April 2017 by Kim Madden

Background The Centre for Trials Research qualitative group held an away day on March 23rd 2017 in the scenic setting of Aberdare Hall at Cardiff University. The group is a significant size with a high publication output – as well as being one of several specialist areas of research excellence within the largest team of academic clinical trials
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