Because this book focuses on introducing qualitative health research, we have not focused on some more advanced aspects such as research appraisal and knowledge translation and exchange. CQ hosts a Speaker Series that covers these and other topics including innovative arts-based methods such as photovoice and body-map storytelling, and other approaches such as mixed methods, institutional ethnography, indigenous methodology, narrative inquiry and discourse analysis. There are also professional development videos that cover institutional debates and provide career-related information about becoming a qualitative researcher, challenges faced by social scientists in the health sciences, along with articles on researchers’ academic and professional experiences as critical qualitative researchers (e.g. Hart, Poole, Facey & Parsons, 2017).
Additional CQ educational resources by Centre for Critical Qualitative Health Research is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.