Public Sector Event
NVivo eSeminar: Community participation in health: a meta-narrative review
Date: 5 Dec 2013
Synopsis: Join Dr Geoff Wong from Queen Mary University of London, UK, and Ms Marie-HÃ©lÃ¨ne ParÃ© from the Open University of Catalonia, Spain, as they discuss the method of meta-narrative review to make sense of heterogeneous evidence to inform policy and practice.
Join Dr Geoff Wong from Queen Mary University of London, UK, and Ms Marie-HÃ©lÃ¨ne ParÃ© from the Open University of Catalonia, Spain, as they discuss the method of meta-narrative review to make sense of heterogeneous evidence to inform policy and practice. In this one-hour eSeminar, Wong and ParÃ© will discuss the method of meta-narrative review designed to illuminate how a topic has been conceptualised and studied by different research traditions over time. Ms. ParÃ©â€™s meta-narrative review on community participation in health services and research will provide key insights on the methodâ€™s process and implementation in NVivo. This eSeminar will cover: â€¢ The purpose and phases of meta-narrative review â€¢ Using Endnote libraries to create a meta-narrative dataset in NVivo â€¢ How sources were coded and meta-narratives emerged â€¢ Strategies to add reliability to coding and rigour to the analysis â€¢ The value-added of using NVivo to stay close to the data and in control of the process About Dr Geoff Wong Dr Geoff Wong is currently based at Queen Mary, University of London, London, United Kingdom, where he works as a Senior Lecturer in Primary Care. His research interests focus on secondary research methods and he is a expert in realist research methods and meta-narrative reviews. About Ms Marie-HÃ©lÃ¨ne ParÃ© Ms. ParÃ© is a lecturer in qualitative methods at the Open University of Catalonia and teaches advanced qualitative data analysis at the annual ECPR Summer & Winter Schools at the universities of Ljubljana and Vienna. Her methodological expertise spans a broad array of qualitative data analysis methods. This session is scheduled in British Summer Time but you can adjust the time zone by clicking the link at the top of the page. You do not need to have NVivo installed on your machine to take part in the session but you might like to try out what you learn by downloading a free trial license from http://www.qsrinternational.com/products_free-trial-software.aspx. A stable, high-speed internet connection is required and a wired connection recommended. You may also find it beneficial to use a headset with microphone if you would like to ask questions during the session. There is no charge for attending and anyone is welcome.