Department of Health Sciences
Sargent College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences
HS 440: Qualitative Research Strategies in Global Public Health
Mondays & Wednesdays 11am-12:30pm
HS 440 Qualitative Methods In-Depth Interview Lab Report
INSTRUCTIONS: Interview one individual based on your topic selection for 30 minutes to one hour
(remember that the interview must be 1-2 hours to count toward your project). Do this activi
HS 440 Qualitative Methods Participant Observation Lab Report
INSTRUCTIONS: Spend thirty minutes to one hour at either Mugar Library or FitRec engaged in
participant observation. Prior to commencing the activity, answer the quest
HS 440 Qualitative Methods Focus Group Lab Report
Name of researcher:
Focus Group Topic:
Caffeine consumption among college students
Role in Focus Group:
During the focus group session, as a note-taker, I had the oppor
What do you call the problem?
What do you think has caused the problem?
Why do you think it started when it did?
What do you think the sickness does? How does it work?
How severe is the sickness? Will it have a long or a short
Articles Discussion Questions 10/12/16
Make a list of the main issues and themes which emerged in the research in the two settings. Then
make a table to compare them by country use three columns, e.g. Theme, South Africa, UK and
Article 1: The Patient s account of Relapse and Recovery in Anorexia Nervosa: a qualitative
Article 2: The Treatment of Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa: A Qualitative Study of the Views of
1. What themes emerge in the two p
Article #1: Evidence-Based Advocacy: Using Photovoice to Identify Barriers and Facilitators to Community
Participation After Spinal Cord Injury
Article #2: Using Photovoice to Assess and Promote Environmental Approaches to Tobacco Control in AAPI
(1) Eysenbach, G., & Wyatt, J. (2002). Using the Internet for surveys and health research. Journal of
Medical Internet Research, 4(2). Retrieved from
1. List the main advantages and
ARTICLE DISCUSSION: Providing Care and Facing Death: Nursing During Ebola Outbreaks in Central
1. Which qualitative methods were used in the Hewlett & Hewlett 2005 study?
a. Open ended and semi-structured Interviews w
Attitude Toward Vaccination
High level of general awareness of
general safety concerns by some focus groups, but did not dissuade them
from supporting the vaccine in principal
Mothers and fathers think having