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Three day short course: Introduction to Qualitative Methods for Health Economics
 
Health Economics Bristol (HEB) are running a three-day short course “Introduction to Qualitative Methods for Health Economics” as part of the Bristol Medical School programme of short courses.
 
The course will cover the usefulness of qualitative techniques in informing health economics research questions and participants will receive guidance on core practical techniques around sampling, data collection and data analysis. The course is intended for anyone aiming to integrate qualitative methods into health economics research and there is no need for participants to have prior experience of qualitative research.
 
The course will run from 2 - 4 March 2020 at the University of Bristol and tutors will include Professor Joanna Coast, Dr Sam Husbands and Dr Amanda Owen-Smith.
 
For further information, and to book your place on the course, please follow the link:http://www.bristol.ac.uk/medical-school/study/short-courses/introduction-to-qualitative-methods-for-health-economics/
  

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