The NIHR ARC North Thames (ARC NT) Academy is delighted to announce Qualitative methods in implementation research (Q-MIR) 2023 – a major event to explore theory-informed qualitative research in implementation research.
We will meet on the web on 2nd November 2022 and in-person on 23rd-24th March in Bloomsbury, Central London.
Q-MIR 2023 brings together internationally acknowledged speakers to explore the ways that qualitative methods make possible discovery research around implementation processes. The meeting has two main objectives: (a) to explore the role of qualitative research in building knowledge about evidence translation and implementation science, and (b) to explore how Normalization Process Theory, and other theoretical frameworks, can inform qualitative research on implementation.
Q-MIR 2023 mobilises the best mix of hybrid delivery. On 2nd November 2022 our plenary speakers will give their talks as a webinar, open to all, and with discussants drawn from ARC NT and ARC NENC. On 23rd and 24th March we’ll offer in-person talks and workshops at a venue in Central London. Workshop attendance is limited and we aim to build a collegial and collaborative space for practitioners and researchers interested in thinking qualitatively about implementation research.
For all queries in regards to these workshops please contact the following :-
NIHR ARC North Thames Academy: [email protected]
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Presentations and workshops at Q-MIR 2023 will focus on:
Please note that there are separate registration and application forms for the online plenary discussions and the in-person event as the latter has limited numbers.
Please visit the NIHR ARC North Thames website for further information about the programme and further event details: https://www.arc-nt.nihr.ac.uk/news-and-events/2022/july-22/q-mir-symposium-2022/