Clarifying Methodologies

CLARIFYING METHODOLOGIES FOR
HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION RESEARCH
Applications in Your Workplace

May 21-24 2018
Oasia Hotel Novena
8 Sinaran Drive Singapore 307470

COURSE SYNOPSIS

Wilson Centre and HOMER are proud to offer health professionals a four-day intensive programme in qualitative research. Pitched at the intermediate level, the course will give participants the chance to hone their research skills through guided seminars, skill-building workshops and exercises led by some of the world’s most respected health professions education researchers.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • Exploration of methodological traditions relevant to health professions education research; includes grounded theory, ethnography and critical discourse analysis.
  • Skills-building workshops introducing nuances in data gathering and analysis
  • Dedicated sessions on reflexivity , rigor and quality
  • This short course is modelled after the award winning Wilson Centre Atelier Series and incorporates insights from HOMER’s growing presence as a leader in workplace relevant research

FACULTY

Tina Martimianakis, Course Lead
Critical Approaches, Discourse Analysis, Hidden Curriculum, Identity

Nancy McNaughton, Faculty
Simulation based education, instructional design and health professional research

Kulamakan (Mahan) Kulasegaram, Faculty
Assessment theory and practice, cognitive theory, instructional design and practice; statistical analysis in large data sets

Wee-Shiong Lim, Course Lead
Mixed Methods Research, Inter-professional Teams and Leadership

Issac LimFaculty
Activity Theory, Social Network Analysis, Organizational Behavior, Teams

Mary Lee, Faculty
Discourse Analysis, Grounded Theory, Phenomenology, Communication in Healthcare Professions 

REGISTRATION

Closing for registration: 31 March 2018
Course Fees: $3500 (before GST)
Early bird Registration (by 28 Feb): $3250 SDG (before GST)

For enquiries, please contact Yan Hua at yan_hua_toh@nhg.com.sg