Group members draw on their research experience to inform their qualitative methods teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; they are also examining PhD research both within the university and externally. Qualitative and mixed-methods PhD student projects supervised in our group also contribute to the richness of the research environment.
Our expertise in qualitative methods and sociological concepts inform two Masters level modules which can be taken as part of a Masters in Public Health or as a standalone module:
We also offer the Qualitative Research Methods module in an un-assessed version each June to support doctoral research students and members of staff who are early career researchers. Antje Lindenmeyer is also qualitative lead for the Intercalated BMedSc programme.
Additionally, we contribute qualitative and social science expertise to the following study programmes and modules:
(5 year programme) including:
- People, Patients and Populations (PPP)
- Doctors, Patients and Society (DPS)
- Evidence Based Medicine and Research Methods (EBM&RM)
- Self-selected areas of study (years 1 and 2); Electives (Year 4)
MBChB Graduate Entry course (4 year programme) including:
- Medicine in Society (MIS)
- Year 3 Health Improvement Evidence Review (HIER)
- Epidemiology, Statistics and Research Methods
- Systematic Review and Evidence Synthesis
Other MSc Programmes:
- Introduction to social science methods in health (MSc Genomic Medicine/ MSc Blood Sciences)