CADSS Developmental Session: Special Presentation by Professor Fiona Stevenson
|CADSS Dev Session|
|Categories (tags)||mixed methods, healthcare communication, interviews|
|Dates||2021/09/16 - 2021/09/16|
|Final version due|
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CADSS Developmental Session: Special Presentation by Professor Fiona Stevenson:
We are delighted to announce that the next session in our developmental series is a special presentation from Professor Fiona Stevenson from UCL who will talk about the challenges and rewards of combining CA with other research methods to contribute to wider research project goals. The session will take place on Thursday the 16th of September at 3pm - 4pm UK time on Teams.
About the talk The talk will consider the challenges of being a mixed methods qualitative researcher in relation to finding (and defending) a space in terms of discipline and methodological approach(es). It will do this by discussing an example of work combining interview data analysed thematically with consultation data analysed using conversation analysis. The talk will reflect on how to mix qualitative approaches without (too many) compromises.
About Professor Stevenson Fiona Stevenson is a Professor of Medical Sociology at University College London. Her research interests are in (i) the construction of decision making about medical care, (ii) the impact of complex interventions, technology and treatment adherence on communication between health care professionals and patients in a range of medical settings, and (iii) implementation of interventions into health care. Fiona is a mixed qualitative methods researcher and works with data of health care professional-patient interactions, as well as interview and focus group data. Fiona facilitates and teaches on a consistently over-subscribed MSc module Qualitative Research Methods in Health and leads undergraduate modules on Social Theory and qualitative research. She also leads the teaching of medical sociology to undergraduate medical students and supervises and examines doctoral work across a range of disciplines.
Focus reading Stevenson et al., (2021) Combining patient talk about internet use during primary care consultations with retrospective accounts. A qualitative analysis of interactional and interview data.
As a reminder, all of the CADSS reading materials can be found at the following locations:
Core reading materials can be found here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1mG59GqCtkGzG0kdCOcy1T33rmf0YmtEb?usp=sharing Optional reading materials can be found here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1l5rDVW5yamIkTqZ2QX16eSvWuIlR9y0s?usp=sharing
Our sessions are open to anyone with an interest in studying social interactions. We have an ongoing aim of providing a supportive, nurturing, and inclusive space to discuss and learn about conversation analysis. Please do pass along our details to anyone you think may like to join us.
The Teams link will be shared on the day before the session.