Qualitative Methods for Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Science Workshop

November 7-8, 2018

About the workshop:

The workshop was designed to provide overview of qualitative research methods as they apply to D&I research. The workshop was led by Dr. Alison Hamilton, a national expert in qualitative methods and D&I research. The workshop took place on UCSD campus on November 7 and 8, 2018. It was designed as a 2-day learning opportunity with the first day open to general registration and the second day more in-depth, hands on experience for a smaller group of participants who submitted an application and were selected.

Who participated:

Health services and public health researchers and clinicians with research and quality improvement interest who were thinking about using qualitative data for their work are invited to apply. No prior experience with qualitative data analysis was required and we expect had participants with a variety of expertise levels with qualitative analysis from novice to experienced.

The workshop was free of charge for registered participants.

The workshop was sponsored by a number of key partners:

  • Child and Adolescent Research Services Research Center (CASRC) at UCSD
  • Division of Health Policy in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health at UCSD
  • UCLA
  • Center for Stress and Mental Health at the VA San Diego
  • Institute for Behavior and Community Health at San Diego State University