Speaker: Nici Macintosh on Navigating uncertainties and boundaries in maternity care
Capacity for care: Meta-ethnography of acute nurses’ experiences of the nurse-patient relationship
by Jackie Bridges et al.
Coding across countries: Come and hear about the INTREPID programme and the analysis decisions they are grappling with. Time to reflect and consider how to move forward.
Reading to be released one week ahead of the session.
Conducting online fieldwork during the pandemic
The Mental Health Research Meeting is aimed to be an open forum for staff in KCL and SLaM doing work in Mental Health.
The next meeting of the London IPA Group, for all either using IPA methodology or thinking about using it.
Come along to find out about the QUAHRC and to help shape the direction of the QSIG.
Keiran Wilson (KCL) will be presenting the paper:
How has Covid-19 affected mental health nurses and the delivery of mental health nursing care in the UK? Results of a mixed methods study
Dr Mari Greenfield on What do you do if you get too much data?
Why ethnography matters in global health: The case of the traditional birth attendant
by Margaret MacDonald