Qualitative Health Research Network
The UCL Qualitative Health Research Network (UCL QHRN) is a cross-faculty and transdisciplinary initiative to support the use and development of qualitative research in health, illness and care.
Our aim is to encourage an intellectually dynamic yet supportive atmosphere for debate and discussion that examines the place of qualitative research in contemporary health research, its core concepts and methods.
UCL QHRN Workshop 2018: Call for Papers now closed
Responding to Change: Perspectives from Qualitative Health Research
The workshop will take place on Monday 25th June, 1000-1600 at Woburn House Conference Centre, London WC1H 9HQ
In this workshop, we seek to generate discussion on key issues facing contemporary qualitative health research in the study of change and its social consequences, broadly conceived.
Thank you to all of those who submitted an abstract for the day. In April we will notify all those who submitted an abstract whether it has been accepted.
For further details about the call, click here.
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Seminars and symposia
We host quarterly seminars and biennial international symposia allowing emerging and experienced researchers from within and outside the UCL community to present, experiment with and learn about qualitative theory, methods and writing.
Our next seminar will be on Tuesday 5th June 2018, 1.00-2.30pm.
The arts as a medium for communicating research findings about dementia care, Professor Justine Schneider, Professor of Mental Health and Social Care, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Nottingham.
- 5th April 2018: Our next seminar, by Professor Justine Schneider, will take place on Tuesday 5th June 2018.
- 3 March 2017: The conference proceedings of our latest symposium Enhancing Engagement, Co-production, and Collaborative Meaning-Making in Qualitative Health Research have been published in BMJ Open.