CHL5122H: Advanced Qualitative Research: Framing, Writing and Beyond will be offered in the upcoming fall semester. The course will be held on Mondays from 2-5 PM and will be instructed by Dr. Clara Juando-Prats.
Description of the Course
This course provides a structured opportunity for PhD students to talk about their own doctoral work and to receive feedback from the instructors and other students. It is intended that the course topics will meet the practical needs and interests of individual students completing their dissertation, yet stretch them beyond where they might otherwise go on their own. It will help prepare students for some key research and career challenges and the debates that await them after graduation, particularly as qualitative health researchers. The course will counter the isolation and potential stalling of thesis work at this stage, and provide mentorship to address the particular challenges of qualitative inquiry and scholarship in the health sciences and in other settings. This course also facilitates the formation of networks that can serve as resources to students as they complete their theses and move out into professional careers.
Find the fall 2020 course summary here.