Video Lectures Module 1: Learning qualitative health research
When citing these video-lectures for academic purposes please use the following APA-style format:
Author last name, First initial. (2018). Title of video [ video file]. Retrieved from: http://qualitativeresearchontario.openetext.utoronto.ca/.
Studying Qualitative Research: Nudging My Inner Health Scientist
Presenter: Katie Mah, PhD candidate, University of Toronto
Gibson, B. E., & Teachman, G. (2012). Critical approaches in physical therapy research: Investigating the symbolic value of walking. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 28(6), 474-484. doi: 10.3109/09593985.2012.676936
Nicholls, D. (2009). Qualitative research: Part one – Philosophies. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 16(10), 526-533.
Sandelowski, M. (1993). Theory unmasked: The uses and guises of theory in qualitative research. Research in Nursing, 16, 213-218.
Let’s Get Critical! How to Get Started with Qualitative Health Research
Presenter: Debra Kriger, PhD candidate, University of Toronto
Horowitz, A. (2013). Amateur eyes (p.1-16). In On looking: Eleven Walks with Expert Eyes. New York: Scribner.
Guba, E. and Lincoln, Y. (1994). Competing paradigms in qualitative research (p.105-117). In Denzin, N. and Lincoln, Y. (Eds.) Handbook of Qualitative Research. USA: Sage Publications.