Supported by the PhD in Child & Youth Research (UNESCO Child & Family Research Centre, ILAS; School of Psychology), Dr Richard de Visser is giving a free workshop for PhD students, researchers and academics at NUI Galway on Tuesday March 27th 10AM-1PM in Room G067 School of Psychology.
This workshop will cover how to make the most of commonly-used data collection methods in qualitative research. It will cover individual interviews and group discussions, and will give practical advice for how to improve the breadth, depth, and richness of data. It will also cover face-to-face and virtual interactions.
Dr Richard de Visser is Reader in Psychology at the University of Sussex. His research interests include youth health-related behaviour, in particular topics such as alcohol use, sexual behaviour, and gender. He has an excellent publication record in these areas arising from funded research and the supervision of PhD students, across different qualitative methods including Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis.
To reserve a place, please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org by 1PM on Friday March 16th.