These modules will be of interest to health professionals and health service managers who wish to extend their understanding of research methods or to develop skills and knowledge relevant to improving health and healthcare.
Individual module attendance fees are £435 per 10 credit module.
Please contact the course administrator for availability, timings and timetabling.
The following modules are available:
- Applications of Epidemiology to Public Health (10 credits)
- Chronic Disease Epidemiology (10 credits)
- Introduction to Global Health (10 credits)
- Global Health (20 credits)
- Health and Health Care Policy (10 credits)
- Health Care Quality (10 credits)
- Health Economics (10 credits)
- Health and Society (10 credits)
- Health Statistics (20 credits)
- Public Health Intervention (10 credits)
- Public Health Protection (10 credits)
- Qualitative Research Methods, Introduction to (10 credits)
- Qualitative Research Methods, Further (10 credits)
- Quantitative Research Methods, Introduction to (10 credits)
- Quantitative Research Methods, Further (10 credits)
- Systematic reviewing and critical appraisal, Introduction to (10 credits)
Qualitative Interviewing in Health Research: From design to publication
The Institute of Health & Society, Newcastle University and Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Northumbria University are pleased to announce that they will be jointly running the fourth Qualitative Interviewing in Health Research workshop. The workshop will be facilitated by experienced qualitative researchers: Professor Catherine Exley and Dr Katie Brittain, Northumbria University and Dr Tim Rapley, Newcastle University.
This two day workshop introduces those working in universities and clinical roles to the processes and practices of qualitative interviewing in applied health research. It is a friendly and interactive workshop and takes researchers, new to qualitative interviewing, through all stages of the design, conduct and analysis. There are lots of opportunities to discuss your own work or ideas, and to hear from other researchers about their experiences.
The workshop will take place on 14th and 15th June 2017 at Newcastle University.
The fee for attending the workshop is £360.
For further information or to register please contact firstname.lastname@example.org