This course introduces qualitative research, compares and contrasts qualitative and quantitative research approaches, and provides an overview of qualitative methods for data collection. It outlines a step-by-step approach to qualitative research design that begins by identifying a public health topic of interest, works to hone in on a specific research problem, and then specifies research questions, objectives, and specific aims. The course emphasizes the iterative nature of research design in qualitative inquiry and highlights the importance of specifying a population of interest, an appropriate sampling strategy, and potential approaches to recruitment. It introduces the relationship between these considerations and key concepts such as saturation and transferability in qualitative research. Finally, the course considers ethical concerns specific to qualitative research and potential solutions. Learners of this course will not only be able to put what they learn into practice, but they'll also develop a portfolio of qualitative research materials for career advancement.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM QUALITATIVE RESEARCH DESIGN
The instructor was very eloquent and good at explaining concepts.
A very wonderful course with a deep insight in to the qualitative research prospective
Dr. Karen's videos are on point. I Loved the course
Superb course from Emory University. A super fantastic instructor. I enjoyed the time I spent learning
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