New PhD course on Advanced Qualitative Research in Global Public Health – University of Copenhagen

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19 February 2018

PhD course in Advanced Qualitative Research in Global Public Health which takes place from the 23 April – 4 May 2018. The Course is organized in collaboration with University of Bergen.

This PhD course aims to give PhD students a solid introduction to the progression of qualitative studies from idea (research questions) to analysis and write-up. Participants will be guided on how to strengthen their own methodological, theoretical and analytical approach through discussions with lecturers, other course participants and home work.

Lectures and student preparations and exercises will focus on conceptualization, methodological, theoretical and analytical perspectives central to qualitative research with specific focus on international and global health challenges.

Participants
The course is targeted at PhD students who work with global public health research, but PhD students working in other fields can also partake. Participants can be either in the process of developing a qualitative PhD study, collecting data or having already collected data. Students should preferable have prior experience with qualitative research.

Registration
Sign-up at https://phdcourses.ku.dk/DetailKursus.aspx?id=104793&sitepath=SUND

Questions concerning the course can be directed to course leader Britt Tersbøl at: Briter@sund.ku.dk