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  1. Lecture 1: 18th October 2017: An introduction to qualitative research part 1: Lisa Thackeray, Nick Midgley, and Sally OKeefe 1 item
  2. Lecture 2: 25th October 2017: An introduction to qualitative psychology part 2: Lisa Thackeray 1 item
    1. Psychological distress - Jonathan A. Smith et al.

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading. Interpretative phenomenological analysis: theory, method and research - Jonathan A. Smith, Paul Flowers, Michael Howard Larkin , 2009 Chapter 9. Book available in the at Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families library.

  3. Lecture 3: 1st November 2017: How to select a qualitative approach: Nick Midgley and Sally O'Keefe 2 items
    1. Beyond a diagnosis: The experience of depression among clinically-referred adolescents - Nick Midgley, Sally Parkinson, Josh Holmes, Emily Stapley 10/2015

      Article Essential

    2. Framework analysis: a worked example of a study exploring young people’s experiences of depression - Sally Parkinson, Virginia Eatough, Joshua Holmes, Emily Stapley 02/04/2016

      Article Optional

  4. Lecture 4: 8th November 2017: Data collection in qualitative research - with a focus on semi-structured interviews: Nick Midgley 1 item
    1. Approaches to data collection in qualitative research - Stephen Gibson, Sarah Riley

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading. Doing qualitative research in psychology: a practical guide - Michael A. Forrester, 2010. Chapter 4 Book available in the at Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families library.

  5. Lecture 5: 15th November 2017: Writing a qualitative research proposal: Lisa Thackeray 1 item
    1. Putting together a research proposal - Carla Willig

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading. Introducing qualitative research in psychology - Carla Willig, 2013 Chapter 5. Book available in the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families library

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