NVivo for Qualitative Data Analysis (CPD accredited)
Date: Thursday, 22 March, 2018 (course full)
Instructor: Patty Dornan
Fee: £195 (£140 for those from educational, government and charitable institutions).
We offer up to five subsidised places at a reduced rate of £60 per course day to research staff and students within Humanities at The University of Manchester. These places are awarded in order of application. In some instances, such as for unfunded PhD students, we may be able to offer free or bursary places.
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This course introduces NVivo as a data management tool.
The structure of the training session will be a combination of formal presentation alongside practical application. Those attending the training session will have access to data sets for practical sessions and can also bring their own data to use in the practical parts of the session. Among the techniques we teach are: coding, adding attributes, queries, models, and charts.
The various uses of NVivo will be presented and discussed. Included will be working in teams, adding in notes, importing files, and using NVivo for managing literature. Examples of qualitative and mixed methods research will be presented to showcase how NVivo can be used to manage large amounts of various data.
- To explore basic, intermediate and advanced menu options in NVivo software.
- To produce queries, word clouds, and models that help to analysis qualitative data.
- To analyse qualitative data in a transparent, reproducible way so that teams can work on the database.
No prior knowledge of NVivo is needed, however the course would be suitable as a refresher. Some knowledge of qualitative methods including thematic analysis would be helpful, though not necessary.
- Bazeley, Patricia, and Kristi Jackson, eds. Qualitative data analysis with NVivo. Sage Publications Limited, 2013.
- O’Cathain, A., E. Murphy, and J. Nicholl (2010) “Three Techniques for Integrating Data in Mixed Methods Studies”, British Medical Journal,341: , doi: 10.1136/bmj.c4587
- Creswell, John W., and Vicki L. Plano Clark. "Principles of qualitative research: Designing a qualitative study." Office of Qualitative & Mixed Methods Research, University of Nebraska, Lincoln (2004).
About the instructor
Patty Doran is a Research Associate in the Cathie Marsh Institute for Social Research at The University of Manchester.
Patty’s current research interests centre on health, inequalities, social support and the life course and using mixed methods to address complex research questions.
After graduating from the University of Otago, New Zealand, with a degree in Maori Studies and a graduate diploma in Community and Family Studies, Patty moved to Australia and worked for the Australian Government. Prior to starting her PhD at The University of Manchester, Patty worked for Manchester City Council as a community-based project manager.
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