Qualitative Research to Optimise Design and Conduct of Randomised Trials
Provisional in-person short course
This course aims to illustrate how qualitative research can be used to optimise the design and conduct of randomised trials, particularly pragmatic trials of complex interventions.
This course is planned to take place in-person, with a mix of presentations and small group work.
- Appreciate how qualitative research can be used to address particular randomised trial design and conduct issues (particularly in pragmatic trials of complex interventions).
- Be aware how qualitative research can be of value at various stages of the trial process.
- Realise the range of qualitative methods that can be used within a trial.
- Be better equipped to include qualitative research in grant applications for randomised trials.
Who the course is intended for
- Researchers and health professionals who have a reasonable knowledge of the process of conducting randomised trials within a health service context, and who are interested in how qualitative methods can optimise the design and conduct of a trial;
- Qualitative researchers who wish to consider how they could apply their skills to optimise the design and conduct of randomised trials.
Areas to be covered during the course include:
- Using qualitative research to address particular randomised trial design and conduct issues.
- Integrating qualitative research at various stages of the development and running of a trial.
- How a range of qualitative methods can be used within a trial.
- Incorporating qualitative research in grant applications for randomised trials.
In-Person Course Bookings
Subject to developments with the coronavirus pandemic, we have tentative plans to run in-person courses towards the end of our 2020-21 programme.
Bookings will provisionally open in Spring 2021. Join our mailing list to be notified when bookings open.
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