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UCL Institute for Global Health (D01)

UCL Institute for Global Health (D01)


D01 Short Course in Remote Research Methods in Health


The COVID-19 pandemic has seen a rapid adoption of remote research methods (where researchers gather data from participants at a distance). This 1.5 day course provides an introduction to a wide range of quantitative and qualitative remote research methods used in health research, and offers an opportunity to discuss your own projects with experienced researchers. 

The course is aimed at academics, postgraduate students, healthcare professionals and people working in community organisations researching health.

This short course will include teaching on online surveys; interviews and focus groups; remote ethnography; remote creative methods; big data; ethics and data protection; digital inequalities and working with marginalised groups. 

The course will be a mix of live lectures, pre-recorded lectures (available in advance) with live Q&As, group work and a live panel discussion. There will also be breakout rooms to facilitate group learning, a participatory online Photovoice taster workshop, and a drop-in session for students to discuss their own research and/or ask questions to the tutors.



Attendee CategoryCost   
Community Organisations.£0.00[Read More]
Standard.£250.00[Read More]
Students.£200.00[Read More]

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