Surveys and Questionnaires – Methods Matter: Series 2, Episode 5

Mullin, Donncha and Boynton, Petra and Bartlett, Larissa (2022) Surveys and Questionnaires – Methods Matter: Series 2, Episode 5. [Video]

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In expert corner for this episode is Dr Petra Boynton. Dr Boynton is a social psychologist, specialising in international health research from a critical perspective. Over the past 20 years, she has taught, supervised and undertaken research across the social and health sciences. She has also carried out development within university and community settings, as well as writing extensively on academic life, including publishing a book called Being Well in Academia, and being an agony aunt. In researcher ranch is Dr Larissa Bartlett, who is an ISLAND Research Fellow at the Wicking Dementia Research & Education Centre at the University of Tasmania. Dr Bartlett's PhD focussed on the promises and challenges of workplace-delivered mindfulness interventions for employee health and performance. Now Larissa leads the ISLAND Study, a large, 10-year prospective public health cohort study with nested interventions targeting modifiable dementia risk factors at population-level in adults aged 50 and over.

Methods Matter – from Dementia Researcher and the National Centre for Research Methods – is a podcast for people who don't know much about methods, those who do and those who just want to find news and clever ways to use them in their research. In this second series, Clinical Research Fellow Dr Donncha Mullin from the University of Edinburgh brings together leading experts in research methodology, and the dementia researchers that use them, to provide a fun introduction to five qualitive research methods in a safe space where there are no such things as dumb questions. In this season, the podcast covers oral histories and story telling, grounded theory, visual and creative methods, focus groups and surveys and questionnaires.

Item Type: Video
Subjects: 1. Frameworks for Research and Research Designs > 1.6 Survey Research
2. Data Collection > 2.3 Survey and Questionnaire Design
Depositing User: NCRM users
Date Deposited: 02 Dec 2022 11:06
Last Modified: 02 Dec 2022 11:06

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