Workshop On Qualitative Research For Health Professions Education
Venue: ICE Training Centre, Level 2,International Medical University,Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Qualitative research has become increasingly prominent in health professions education in recent years. Qualitative approaches are used to study social and human phenomena in their natural settings through exploration of individuals’underlying reasons, opinions and motivations. In this workshop, we will consider the nature of qualitative research questions, discuss common methodologies, describe data collection and analysis methods, and define the principles of rigour. The aim is to provide both an introduction to participants who are new to this research paradigm and the workshop will also be a resource for more experienced participants.
- Develop qualitative research proposal for health professions education.
- The aim is to provide both an introduction to participants who are new to this research paradigm and a resource for more experienced participants.
- Professor Ming-Jung Ho
Professor Ming-Jung Ho is a Professor in theDepartment of Family Medicine, GeorgetownUniversity School of Medicine, and the AssociateDirector for the Center for Innovation and Leadershipin Education (CENTILE), Georgetown UniversityMedical Center (GUMC). She is also the Director ofGUMC Teaching Academy in the Health Sciences andDirector of Educational Research, MedStar Health.Her research interest lies in the application ofanthropology to medical education. Her researchprojects on the theme of cross-culturalprofessionalism have garnered awards from theAssociation for Medical Education in Europe, theTaiwan Association of Medical Education, and theNational Science Council of Taiwan.
|9:00am-10:00am||Plenary on qualitative research for HPE|
|10:20am-11:50am||Hands-on activity: Develop qualitative research proposal in health professions education|