Yale University

IRM Core Qualitative Research Workgroup

Thursday, July 6, 2017 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Speaker(s): n/a
Title: n/a
Audience: Yale Only
Event notes:

The following item(s) will be discussed, but other topics or questions are welcomed at the time of the meeting and as time permits:

  • "Jessica Jaisal's presentation will be on her work entitled "HIV-related "conspiracy beliefs" and disengagement from outpatient HIV care among low income people of color living with HIV"
  • Updates

The goal of the discussion group is to provide opportunities for individuals involved in qualitative or mixed-methods research to meet regularly to discuss the qualitative research process and potentially problem-solve issues that may arise when engaged in qualitative research. Discussion topics include, but are not limited to: logistics, data management, analysis, dissemination, role of the researcher, and ethics. It is intended as a venue for discussing research in progress and new or relevant literature on qualitative methods and practice as well as to create networking opportunities and foster research collaborations. IRM Core member, Lauretta Grau, PhD, is coordinating the meetings. She can be reached at lauretta.grau@yale.edu.

If you are calling in for this meeting, please contact Lauretta Grau to let her know you will be joining by phone so we can set up the equipment.

Please follow these teleconference directions:

Dial-in Number: 1 (712) 432-1212
Meeting ID: 963-917-068#


Location: CIRA, Suite 200, Room 202