The Philippine Nursing Research Society, Inc. (PNRS, Inc.) is conducting a three day training-workshop on qualitative data analysis entitled “Making sense out of Qualitative Data”.

This training workshop aims to equip the participants with the KSA in analyzing data generated qualitatively. Specifically, it is directed towards the hands on process of analyzing concrete data that have been collected so that at the end of the training, the participants would have had the personal experience of analyzing their own data. It is therefore expected that the participants bring with them transcript files of their FGDs/KIIs or observations. For those who do not have transcript files, we can provide you with transcript files that you can work on. This is a hands-on training and it is important that each participant is willing to work on exercises.

This training is intended for health practitioners (not only nurses) who have embraced qualitative research as a method of inquiry. The training-workshop will be held in UP Baguio on May 23-25, 2010.

For planning of logistics, participants are expected to email or text/call or fax their participation (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; 09209531292; 09175335341; 074-6191918) on or before May 19, 2011. The registration fee is P3,500.00 inclusive of 2 snacks, overflowing coffee, lunch, kit and certificate. Members of PNRS are entitled to a 20% discount.

Any public, private, or non-government organizations in CAR which has the intent, capability and resources to undertake health research or related development activities can become a member of the CRHRDC.  The Advisory Board may expand the membership of the CRHRDC based on approved guidelines.

A. Academic Institutions

(1) Capability to engage in Health R & D and related activities, as evidenced by the:

•Existence of degree programs relevant to PCHRD’s area of concerns

•Presence of full-time and competent faculty members (i.e. advanced relevant degrees)

•Availability of Health R & D equipment and facilities

(2) Commitment to R & D as shown by the:

•Institution’s budgetary allocation to Health R & D.

•Institution’s policy on the integration of research into the educational program.

B. Government Planning Bodies and Line Agencies

(1)Commitment to R & D as shown by the:

•Capability and willingness to plan/formulate/support Health R & D programs

•Existence of policies on the promotion of Health R & D and S & T activities including the dissemination and adoption of mature technologies.

(2)Presence of competent personnel and technical expertise to do and/or promote Health R & D/S & T activities

C. Hospital Institutions

(1)Capability to engage in Health R & D and related activities, as evidenced by the:

•Existence of programs/activities relevant to PCHRD’s area of concerns

•Presence of full-time and competent hospital personnel (i.e. advanced relevant degrees)

•Availability of Health R & D equipment and facilities

(2) Commitment to Health R & D as shown by the:

•Institution’s policy on the integration of research into the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)

•Institution’s budgetary allocation to Health R & D

D. Private Sector
(1)Existence of researches relevant to PCHRD’s area of concerns.

(2)Availability of Health R & D equipment and facilities.

(3)Capability and willingness to plan/formulate/support Health R & D programs

Membership of the committee is on a voluntary basis.  If the member-agency so decides to withdraw, there should be meritorious reason/s for the withdrawal and such is subject to approval by the Advisory Board.

Network & Linkages

PNHRS

http://www.healthresearch.ph

PCHRD

http://www.pchrd.dost.gov.ph

eHealth

http://www.ehealth.ph

Ethics

http://ethics.healthresearch.ph

ASEAN-NDI

http://www.asean-ndi.org

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