Qualitative methods conference: Dr Polly Radcliffe

This second video in our new series on qualitative addiction research features Dr Polly...
Created On: 18/06/2020   (Last updated: 09/10/2020)

This second video in our new series on qualitative addiction research features Dr Polly Radcliffe from King’s College London. Polly discusses ethnographic research with parents who use drugs and who access treatment services. And how to deal with rejection from journals!

We will continue to upload one video every week from the qualitative methods conference that took place on 6th March 2020 and was organised and chaired by Professor Jo Neale.

The qualitative methods conference series provides a useful resource for qualitative addictions researchers, and will feature interviews and lectures from four leading UK-based researchers. Visit the conference event page for more details.

Next week, Dr Caitlin Notley talks about her experiences of qualitative research, including interviewing parents with babies admitted to neonatal intensive care units. Until then, you can review photos and reactions from the conference on Twitter using #SSAqualconf

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