Tuesday 16th April, 9-12 midday, Dr Gareth Terry and Assoc. Prof. Nicola Kayes will be holding a qualitative research workshop aimed at supporting postgraduate students and those academics new to qualitative research.
This is a six hour workshop run over two half days, delivered face to face at the AUT Akoranga campus. The course will introduce the principles and practice of reflexive thematic analysis (TA) as described by Virginia Braun, Victoria Clarke, and their colleagues.
Register now for this six hour workshop run over two days, delivered face to face at the AUT Akoranga campus.
The first mini-conference for the SRIF Project - Rethinking Disability and Rehabilitation for a Changing World was held on Monday.
Paula Kersten, Kirsten van Kessel and Duncan Babbage from the MS Energise team have won the AUT Enterprises Limited Innovation Challenge.
The AFRM / NZRA Combined Rehabilitation Meeting 2015 - Building an Enabling Society in Wellington started today with some stimulating plenary sessions and great presentations from members of PCRC too.
Who is in control? Clinicians' view on their role in self-management approaches: a qualitative metasynthesis by Suzie Mudge, Nicola Kayes and Kath McPherson
Professor Kath McPherson, Founder and Co- Director of PCR, has been appointed as CEO of the Health Research Council (HRC) in New Zealand.
Two new exciting PhD Scholarships funded through the Medical Technologies Centre for Research Excellence are to be hosted at AUT.
Last month a number of researchers and (ex) students working with our team presented at the New Zealand Physiotherapy Society Conference.
Dr Nicola Kayes has been awarded a prestigious Emerging Researcher Grant from the HRC. The grant will enable her to conduct a mixed methods study which will explore the potential for an active, multicomponent knowledge translation intervention (interactive workshop with extended scope knowledge brokerage) to encourage change in ways of working and improvement in health outcomes.