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224.699.01
Qualitative Research Practicum III: Analyzing and Writing Qualitative Findings

Location
East Baltimore
Note: Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course was held in a virtual/online format.
Term
4th Term
Department
International Health
Credit(s)
2
Academic Year
2020 - 2021
Instruction Method
TBD
Class Time(s)
Friday, 1:30 - 3:20pm
Auditors Allowed
Yes, with instructor consent
Available to Undergraduate
No
Grading Restriction
Letter Grade or Pass/Fail
Course Instructor(s)
Contact Name
Frequency Schedule
Every Year
Next Offered
2024 - 2025
Prerequisite

224.697.01: Qualitative Research Practicum I: Partnerships and Protocol Development and 224.698.01: Qualitative Research Practicum II: Collecting Qualitative Data.

Description
The best way to learn about qualitative research is to actually do a qualitative research study from start to finish.
Enables students to complete data collection, analysis and write-up of results from a qualitative research project in collaboration with a local community-based organization or JHU faculty. Discusses common challenges in qualitative research including analysis of qualitative data, writing qualitative papers and reports, presenting qualitative findings, and ethical issues related to fieldwork and authorship.
Learning Objectives
Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
  1. Describe common challenges in analyzing qualitative data and strategies for overcoming these challenges
  2. Write up findings from a qualitative research project
  3. Present qualitative data effectively in both written and oral formats
  4. Work collaboratively with interprofessional teams to interpret qualitative data and give recommendations of value to such teams
Methods of Assessment
This course is evaluated as follows:
  • 50% Final Paper
  • 10% Final Presentation
  • 10% Data Collection Assignment
  • 30% Participation
Enrollment Restriction
Restricted to students who have met the prerequisite or are enrolled for the current academic year.
Special Comments

Undergraduates must directly ask instructor for permission