Evidence Synthesis of Qualitative Research in Europe (ESQUIRE)
3 day Course: Monday, 4th - Wednesday, 6th September 2017
3 day course: Monday, 4th - Wednesday, 6th September 2017
Day 1 - 10:00am for Registration and Refreshements for a prompt 10:30am Course Start. Day one will close at 4pm, then a Course Evening Dinner for Delegates and staff will take place at approximately 7pm (there is no additional fee for this).
Day 2 - 9am to 5pm
Day 3 - 9am to 3pm
£750 Early Bird Fee - For confirmed bookings received on or before midnight, Sunday, 2nd July 2017
£850 Standard Fee - For confirmed bookings received on or after Monday, 3rd July 2017.
We also off a 20% discount for bookings of 4 or more from the same organisation for the same course. Please contact Karen Holden on 0114 222 2968 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Bookings will close for this course at midnight on Sunday, 20th August 2017 or when the course reaches full capacity (whichever is soonest).
This course is very popular and generally reaches capacity before the closing date, so early booking is advised.
Booking and Payment
Bookings are now open for this popular ScHARR short course.
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Accommodation and Meals
The course fee includes lunch and refreshments throughout this 3 day course, plus a Course Evening Dinner that takes place on the first evening.
No accommodation is included. We have a preferential rate of £65 per room/night for all of our delegates, details of how to book this are provided in your automated confirmation email.
If you have any particular dietary or access requirements then please contact the Short Course Unit with your requirements at the time of booking.
Halifax Hall Hotel and Conference Centre, Endcliffe Vale Road, Sheffield, S10 3ER.
For further information please do not hesitate to contact the Short Course Unit via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call +44 (0)114 222 2968.
The course will follow the systematic review process as it applies, and is adapted to, qualitative evidence synthesis. The Programme Faculty will take participants through the stages of defining and exploring scope, conducting the literature searches, quality assessing studies for inclusion, synthesising data and writing up and presenting the product of the synthesis. Participants will be provided with practical experience of key stages in the review process.
Who will benefit from this course?
No formal experience is required, working knowledge of standard systematic review methods or a background in qualitative research methods will be an advantage, but not essential.
- Qualitative Researchers who want to learn how to synthesise qualitative research
- Systematic Reviewers who want to learn how to translate synthesis methods to qualitative data
- PhD Students in topic areas that require substantive review of qualitative research
- New researchers who want to develop evidence synthesis/systematic review
- Qualitative systematic reviewers who want to update and extend their skills and knowledge
The course will consist of a mixture of presentations, group work, discussions and individual exercises.
All course materials will be provided on USB (including presentations).
Participants are asked to provide their own laptop for the duration of the course, please contact us if you are unable to do so.
Members of the Cochrane Qualitative Research Methods Group and Experienced ScHARR Staff.
Dr Andrew Booth, Reader in Evidence Based Information Practice and Director of Information, ScHARR, University of Sheffield and Course Leader of this popular course.
Fiona Campbell, Research Fellow, ScHARR, University of Sheffield.
Helen Buckley-Woods, Information Specialist, ScHARR, University of Sheffield.
Kate Flemming, Senior Lecturer, Health Sciences, University of York.