Tag Archives: Impact
Qualitative Methodologist – Interpreting ‘Qual’ Data: the Utility of Hermeneutics in the 21st Century
15/08/18 – 5-6.30pm, F21 Richmond Variety of attenders, including from Huddersfield and Leeds Trinity. Meet the Qualitative Methodologist – a person who spends far too much time thinking about the vagaries, apogees and difficulties of qualitative research…! Producing reliable, rigorous and original … Continue reading
14/08/18 – Chesham B4.01 I was invited by Ruth Vaqari to speak to the students as part of their practical element, where they experience a real lecture and half to engage/take notes/ practice effective skills.
04/07/18 – This meeting was to look at establishing a clinical-research collaborative exchange with a clinical psychologist and an art psychotherapist as they work on a new service as part of New Care Model pathways’ development for eating disorders.
26/07/18 – 15:30 @ Norcroft Conference Centre – Keynote With Dr Mel Cooper, Catherine Waskett & Diana Flores. This presentation was a critical reflection about the emergence of the University of Sanctuary, with Diana providing real-life context and we three … Continue reading
My work with PGR Researchers features in the most recent R&I newsletter. https://www.bradford.ac.uk/rkts/newsletter/research-newsletter-june-2018/doctoral-research/
24/05/18 – 5-7pm – Woburn House, London. This was an interesting activity to partake in. I was one of a group who were asked to feedback on the creation of new care models for adult eating disorders. Beat’s Jon Kelly … Continue reading
31/05/18 – Invited Foreword I provided the foreword for an esteemed colleague’s new text on OCD. The focus of the text is on helping those who care for those with OCD.