Advanced Seminar in Qualitative Research Methods for Health Services Research

SPH PM 828

This course will focus on the use of qualitative methods in understanding outcomes of care, such as patient-centered perspectives on illness and health care; processes of care, such as doctor-patient interactions and communication; and the organization of care, such as the impact of different organizational structures on the quality of care. Students will develop skills in the use of qualitative methods in health services research, including the procedures of focus groups, the use of in-depth interviews, naturalistic observations of health care practices, and ethnographic studies of health care organizations and client communities. The course is part of the PhD program in Health Services Research, but will be of interest to other students who wish to learn about utilizing qualitative methods in their research.

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Bokhour R 6:00 pm-8:45 pm Pre-reqs: SPH
SB818 or GMS
MA710 or the
consent of
instructor
MED Campus

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