The eMERGe team’s Emma France and Nicola Ring have been invited to deliver an interactive workshop on meta-ethnography as part of the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology’s (IIQM) ‘TQ2U’ Travelling Workshop Series. The workshop entitled ‘Meta-ethnography: issues in conduct and reporting’ takes place at Edinburgh Napier University’s Sighthill Campus on Thursday 24 May 2018 from 1-4PM.
The workshop will give participants opportunities to learn about the practicalities of conducting a meta-ethnography through reflective discussion and practical activities. Participants will learn more about the complex processes in meta-ethnography conduct including the analytic synthesis processes of ‘translation’ and ‘synthesising translations.’ It will also cover some of the challenges in reporting of meta-ethnographies.
Emma France said, “Over the past two to three years we’ve been completely immersed in all things meta-ethnography and we can’t wait to share our knowledge and learning from the eMERGe project with other researchers and professionals in this workshop!”
Registration for the workshop is now open at https://www.ualberta.ca/international-institute-for-qualitative-methodology/conferences-workshops-and-events/tq2u-traveling-workshop-series‘
TQ2U is an international touring version of the IIQM’s globally acclaimed ‘Thinking Qualitatively’ (“TQ”) workshop series.
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