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HSERV 526
Qualitative Research Methods
for Public Health
Department of Health Services

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Winter 2012

Stephen Bezruchka, MD, MPH

Email:  sabez@u.washington.edu
MW, 8:30-10:20am  T- 473 Health Sciences Building


Course Description

Covers a range of qualitative, ethnographic tools for practical applications in public health. Methods covered include direct observation, informant interviews, focus groups, and formal methods. Student teams investigate research questions using these techniques.

Course Objectives

  • students will describe the basic assumptions, approach and rationale of qualitative research
  • students will carry out exercises using methods of qualitative research
  • students will choose research teams, carry out selected qualitative techniques to investigate a team research question, analyze results, and report on the findings
UW SPHCM
Stephen Bezruchka, MD, MPH
Department of Health Services
University of Washington, Box 357660
sabez@u.washington.edu
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