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Message ID: 8188
Date: 2009-06-16

Author:Zlotnik, Joan

Subject:IASWR - SUMMER QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS WORKSHOP - REGISTRATION AND INFO UPDATES

***REGISTER NOW*** IASWR’s Summer Qualitative Research Methods Workshop (please see the following link for access to the UPDATED FAQs ) Enhancing Rigor In Qualitative Research: An In-depth Introduction to Grounded Theory and Focused Ethnography When: Friday, July 31st – Saturday, August 1, 2009 Where: Washington, D.C. This summer the Institute for the Advancement of Social Work Research (IASWR) will be hosting a workshop titled, “Enhancing Rigor In Qualitative Research: An In-depth Introduction to Grounded Theory and Focused Ethnography.” This IASWR summer workshop is targeted toward doctoral students, junior faculty and other researchers interested in advancing their knowledge and skills in qualitative methods. Emphasis will be placed upon enhancing rigor in two of the most widely used approaches (i.e., Focused Ethnography and Grounded Theory). it is offered to present a unique opportunity for participants to learn about qualitative methods, engage in interactive learning, be exposed to the use of ATLAS. ti software, and network with one another. The workshop will cover epistemological issues, data collection, data analysis and report writing. Opportunities will be structured for building relationships with peers that can form the basis for consultation and support through e-mail and listserv communications after the workshop ends. The format will combine lectures with hands-on exercises and group discussion. James W. Drisko, PhD, LICSW is a Professor and the Co-Director of the Doctoral Program at Smith College School for Social Work. He is a practicing clinician as well as a pioneer in the use of software and technology in qualitative research. His research focuses on child mental health, attachment disorders and on qualitative research methodology. He is a member of numerous journal editorial boards. Dr. Drisko's social work degrees are from Smith College School for Social Work and Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. Debbie Gioia, PhD, LCSW has been on the faculty of the University of Michigan and University of Maryland, Baltimore, Schools of Social Work where she now teaches advanced clinical skills in serious mental illness and the doctoral qualitative methods course. Debbie received her Ph.D in 2001 from USC School of Social Work and provided the clinical coordination for an NIMH protocol at UCLA for young adults with schizophrenia for 20 years. Her current research interests include vocational outcomes in schizophrenia, ecological validity of neuropsychological testing, and understanding participation in randomized clinical trials by veterans with substance use disorders. She has mainly used brief ethnography in her mixed method studies. Do you have a question we have not answered in the FAQs? Direct content related questions to: Stephanie Bernstein, MSW (202) 336.8306, SBernstein_IASWR@naswdc.org . Registration is open and spots are filling up! Reserve your seat today! Registration related questions can be directed to: Brenda Bustos, 202.336.8385, iaswr@naswdc.org . For more web accessible information please visit: http://www.charityadvantage.com/iaswr/July2009Workshop.asp

***REGISTER NOW*** IASWR’s Summer Qualitative Research Methods Workshop (please see the following link for access to the UPDATED FAQs ) Enhancing Rigor In Qualitative Research: An In-depth Introduction to Grounded Theory and Focused Ethnography When: Friday, July 31st – Saturday, August 1, 2009 Where: Washington, D.C. This summer the Institute for the Advancement of Social Work Research (IASWR) will be hosting a workshop titled, “Enhancing Rigor In Qualitative Research: An In-depth Introduction to Grounded Theory and Focused Ethnography.” This IASWR summer workshop is targeted toward doctoral students, junior faculty and other researchers interested in advancing their knowledge and skills in qualitative methods. Emphasis will be placed upon enhancing rigor in two of the most widely used approaches (i.e., Focused Ethnography and Grounded Theory). it is offered to present a unique opportunity for participants to learn about qualitative methods, engage in interactive learning, be exposed to the use of ATLAS. ti software, and network with one another. The workshop will cover epistemological issues, data collection, data analysis and report writing. Opportunities will be structured for building relationships with peers that can form the basis for consultation and support through e-mail and listserv communications after the workshop ends. The format will combine lectures with hands-on exercises and group discussion. James W. Drisko, PhD, LICSW is a Professor and the Co-Director of the Doctoral Program at Smith College School for Social Work. He is a practicing clinician as well as a pioneer in the use of software and technology in qualitative research. His research focuses on child mental health, attachment disorders and on qualitative research methodology. He is a member of numerous journal editorial boards. Dr. Drisko's social work degrees are from Smith College School for Social Work and Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. Debbie Gioia, PhD, LCSW has been on the faculty of the University of Michigan and University of Maryland, Baltimore, Schools of Social Work where she now teaches advanced clinical skills in serious mental illness and the doctoral qualitative methods course. Debbie received her Ph.D in 2001 from USC School of Social Work and provided the clinical coordination for an NIMH protocol at UCLA for young adults with schizophrenia for 20 years. Her current research interests include vocational outcomes in schizophrenia, ecological validity of neuropsychological testing, and understanding participation in randomized clinical trials by veterans with substance use disorders. She has mainly used brief ethnography in her mixed method studies. Do you have a question we have not answered in the FAQs? Direct content related questions to: Stephanie Bernstein, MSW (202) 336.8306, SBernstein_IASWRnaswdc.org . Registration is open and spots are filling up! Reserve your seat today! Registration related questions can be directed to: Brenda Bustos, 202.336.8385, iaswrnaswdc.org . For more web accessible information please visit: http://www.charityadvantage.com/iaswr/July2009Workshop.asp