Sharing session on qualitative research skills with local clinicians
Activity: Talk/lecture or presentation › Talk/lecture
30 Nov 2020
|Degree of recognition||Local|
DescriptionDr Jack Pun, Assistant Professor at CityU’s Department of English conducted a sharing workshop about teaching qualitative research skills and NVivo, a qualitative analysis computer software to frontline clinicians from three hospitals of the Hospital Authority New Territories West Cluster (NTWC), including Tuen Mun Hospital, Pok Oi Hospital and Tin Shui Wai Hospital. Over 50 clinicians, including senior doctors, nurses, management, allied health professionals and Quality and Safety Division staff from the three hospitals, participated in this interactive workshop. With participants attending the hybrid workshop in both face to face and online formats, this sharing aimed to develop the local frontline clinicians’ research skills on qualitative methods and equip them with training about the effective way of using NVivo software to conduct clinical research. All participants attending the workshop followed COVID-19 social distancing measures.
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