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Effective implementation of qualitative health services research
This workshop provides an opportunity to discuss challenges impeding participants’ current qualitative research projects, and identify potential resolutions.
Monday 29th July 2013, 1-3pm
Boral Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor AGSM Building, UNSW
Chairs: Dr David Greenfield and Dr Reece Hinchcliff
Professor Catherine Pope is Professor of Medical Sociology in the Faculty of Health Sciences at University of Southampton, in the United Kingdom. Her research includes ethnographic studies of waiting lists, operating theatres and ambulance journeys. Her work includes major evaluations of NHS organisational change, including the introduction of walk-in centres, advanced access to primary care, NHS Treatment Centres and a computerised decision support system in urgent and emergency care. She was co-editor of Sociology with Nicholas Mays, of the popular introductory text Qualitative Research in Health Care, which has been translated into Japanese and Portuguese. She has also co-authored with Nicholas Mays and Jennie Popay, a text on synthesizing qualitative and quantitative health evidence for the Open University Press.