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Qualitative Pluralism Event: Employing and Applying Pluralistic Qualitative Research


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Psychreg, (2017, October 4). Qualitative Pluralism Event: Employing and Applying Pluralistic Qualitative Research. Psychreg on Events. https://www.psychreg.org/qualitative-pluralism/
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This free one day event is targeted at postgraduate psychology students and ECRs interested in qualitative approaches and pluralism in qualitative research.

The event aims to equip psychology postgraduates and ECRs with knowledge and practice in using and teaching pluralistic approaches to qualitative research. It intends to facilitate the exchange of ideas and experiences of those who implement qualitative methods within their research, and aims to address some of the benefits and challenges of applying a pluralistic approach to qualitative research.

Event will feature

  • Oral and poster presentations
  • One-to-one surgeries
  • Discussion panel
  • Discussion groups
  • Networking
  • Prizes for best poster

Invited speakers:

  • Dr Nollaig Frost, a key founder of PQR
  • Professor Adrian Coyle, Kingston University
  • Dr Martin Willis, University of East London

Poster abstract

If you would like to present a poster on your research using qualitative or pluralistic methods, please send your 250 word abstract to Deborah Rodriguez: d.rodriguez@mdx.ac.uk

Abstract deadline: 31 October 2017

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