This one-day workshop is a rare opportunity, being led by international thematic analysis (TA) expert, Professor Virginia Braun and hosted by the QRN Hub, the Centre for Social Research in Health, and the Black Dog Institute. This is made possible through funding from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences under the Distinguished Visitors Scheme. Similar to training provided in 2017 by the QRN Hub, this workshop will offer participants a thorough understanding of the foundations of thematic analysis – one of the most applicable, accessible, and (in some cases) theoretically flexible forms of qualitative analysis, as well as some practical guidance in doing TA. It will be essential for any researchers who have little-to-no prior experience in conducting qualitative research.
$100 for UNSW students; $200 for UNSW staff/conjoint staff; $500 for non-UNSW participants (includes workshop materials, full catering, and certificate).
All staff and students in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at UNSW need to register at the following website: https://webpay.fin.unsw.edu.au/OneStopWeb/MEDIC_ETA_2018
Any other participants (UNSW and non-UNSW) need to register at the following website: https://webpay.fin.unsw.edu.au/OneStopWeb/MEDIC_NONETA_2018
About the QRN Hub
Based at UNSW Sydney, the QRN Hub offers a range of events and services to build capacity in qualitative research. The central aim of the Hub is to expand and strengthen scholarship in the rigorous application and use of qualitative research methods. The Hub hosts monthly seminars and regular training workshops, and is open to staff and students, as well as other researchers and practitioners beyond UNSW Sydney. With the principle of knowledge sharing, and representation from qualitative researchers across disciplines and research centres, the QRN Hub is open to all who are currently conducting or wish to learn how to conduct rigorous qualitative research, or explore new, innovative approaches to research.