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Research Approaches

 

Research Academy

Metanoia Institute, London 5th – 7th June, 2017

Hands-on seminars for therapists to enhance practice through research

 

 

 

Alternative Day Seminars: 

 

  • Action Research
  • Autoethnography
  • Case Study research
  • Grounded Theory
  • Heuristic Research
  • Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
  • Mixed Method research
  • Narrative Inquiry
  • Phenomenology
  • Philosophy and Research
  • Thematic Analysis.
  • Quantitative Core Concepts

 

 

 

Introduction:

 

Our Research Academy is aimed at practitioners and academics in the fields of mental health, emotional wellbeing and psychological therapies. It is suitable for both novice and experienced researchers. It explores creative, relational means of approaching a research 'life cycle' with an emphasis on the following stages:

  • Problems in clinical practice
  • Formulation of research problem
  • Reflexivity
  • Literature review
  • Methodology and method
  • Participants
  • Information gathering, focus group, interview, survey etc.
  • Data analysis
  • Write up/Impact

 

Time and place:

On Monday 5th June to Wednesday 7th June, 2017 from 09:00 to 17:00 each day.

The workshops will run from our North Common Road campus at:

  • Metanoia Institute; 13 North Common Road, Ealing, London W5 2QB

 

Registration Fees:

£180 per day. Reduced rates are available for Metanoia members.

For full details and fees, including early bird bookings and a reduced three(3) day pass, please click here.

 

Cancellation fees:

Delegates who cancel will be required to pay 50% of the booking fees, if cancelling less than 2 months and 100% when less than one month, before the event.

 

 

Daily Programmes:

Each day offers four(4) different choices. The keynotes are aimed at all, and the delegates will break into individual day seminars from 10.30 to 17.00. 

Day 1 - Monday 5th June 2017 Research and Relational Knowing

09:00-10:00   Keynote Lecture with Dr Linda Finlay

‘Embodying research in relational and phenomenological ways’

Then choose ONE(1) Methodology for the rest of the day

Option 1

Phenomenology

Linda Finlay

Option 2

Autoethnography

Saira Gracie Razzaq

Option 3

Heuristics

Claire Asherson Bartram

Option 4

Thematic Analysis

Nikki Hayfield

 

Day 2 – Tuesday 6th June 2017 Research and Creativity

09:00-10:00   Keynote Lecture with Professor Kim Etherington

‘Creativity and Research: how do they go together?’

Then choose ONE(1) Methodology for the rest of the day

Option 1

Narrative Inquiry

Kim Etherington

Option 2

Action Research

Angela Cotter

Option 3

IPA

Marie Adams

Option 4

Grounded Theory

Georgia Lepper and Tirril Harris

 

Day 3 – Wednesday 7th June 2017 Research and Evidence

09:00-10:00   Keynote Lecture with Professor John McLeod

Evidence and Research’

Then choose ONE(1) Methodology for the rest of the day

Option 1

Case study Research

John McLeod

Option 2

Quantitative Research

Evi Chryssafidou

Option 3

Mixed Method

Alan Priest

Option 4

Philosophy in Research

Rupert King

 

 

View extended details on Day 1 Seminars/Speakers:

View extended details on Day 2 Seminars/Speakers:

View extended details on Day 3 Seminars/Speakers:

 

 

Organising Committee:

Sofie Bager-Charleson, with the Metanoia Research Committee

Biljana Van Rijn, Biljana.Vanrijn@metanoia.ac.uk

Mandy Kersey, Mandy.Kersey@metanoia.ac.uk

Shea Holland, Shea.Holland@metanoia.ac.uk 

Rupert King, Rupert.King@metanoia.ac.uk

 

 

Registration:

Please email Sofie.Bager-Charleson@metanoia.ac.uk and

mandy.kersey@metanoia.ac.uk to apply, or

go to www.metanoia.ac.uk/researchacademy

 

 

The Research Academy is supported by Sage and the UKCP section for research. Sage will offer book and writing competitions for the delegates. For more information please visit our website.