The Durham Qualitative Health Research Group presents:
Rose Barbour, Professor in Public Health and Primary Care, University of Dundee
“Using focus groups in health research”
Thursday 24th February, 12 noon – 2pm, Room F009, Wolfson Research Institute, Queen’s Campus, Stockton. A light buffet lunch will be provided, so please reply to Judith Walsh to confirm your attendance.
About the Qualitative Health Research Group:
The aim of the Qualitative Health Research Group is to bring together people from across Durham University who have an interest in qualitative health research, in order to facilitate networking, develop skills and knowledge, and build collaborative relationships. By facilitating such relationships, it is hoped that the existence of the group will lead to new joint projects, as well as build a supportive environment around qualitative health research. Members range from PhD students to Senior Research Fellows and Professors, and include people from the School of Medicine and Health, Centre for Medical Humanities, Departments of Geography and Anthropology, Durham Business School, and the School of Applied Social Sciences. The work of the Group is supported by the Wolfson Research Institute. To find out more, please contact the convenor, Sally Brown.