BSA Special Interest Group Applied Qualitative Health Research Symposium

14th May 2014, Newcastle
9:00 - 4:30

Please see below the Draft Programme for AQHR symposium. 

All welcome. Bookings for the symposium need to be done via the BSA website http://portal.britsoc.co.uk/public/event/eventBooking.aspx?id=EVT10338 

Organising committee: Rose Barbour, Cath Exley, Nina Hallowell, Tim Rapley 

9.00 Registration & coffee 

9.30 Welcome 

9.40 Session 1 - 15 minute papers and 10 minute panel question and answers 

Helen Eborall et al, Leicester University Development of the PROPELS mobile health (mHealth) intervention: a case study 
Laura Sheard & Claire Marsh, Bradford Institute for health Research How can we use qualitative data to make sense of what happens in a randomised controlled trial? 

10.20 Session 2 - 15 minute papers and 10 minute panel question and answers 

Andrew Morden et al, Keele University Using qualitative social science in developing, delivering and evaluating Evidence Based Medicine interventions 
Louise Locock et al, University of Oxford Testing Accelerated Experience-based Co-design: qualitative study of using a national archive of patient experience interviews for rapid patient-centred quality improvement 

11.00 Coffee 

11.20 Session 3 - 15 minute papers and 10 minute panel question and answers 
Jenny Dalrymple et al Glasgow Caledonia University A qualitative study of late middle aged heterosexual adults' negotiation of partnerships within the context of risks for sexually transmitted infections 
Ann Hutchinson Hull York Medical School In search of a rich description - Experiences of carrying out linked interviews 

12.00 Keynote speaker Professor Carl May, University of Southampton 
"Applied Qualitative Research in Healthcare; What can we do with it?" 

1.00 Lunch and networking 

2.00 Session 4- 15 minute papers and 15 minute panel question and answers 
Sally Brown, Durham University Using focus groups in naturally occurring settings 
Judy Richards, Newcastle University Researching sensitive issues: Reproductive Loss from a Multiple Pregnancy 
Sarah Chew et al, Leicester University Ethics in theory and pseudo-ethics in practice 

3.00 Facilitated Group Discussions (coffee available during afternoon) 

4.15 Closing remarks and plans for future 


4.30 Day ends 
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