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Methodological and ethical challenges researching gendered abuse and violence

 

Overview

Target audience: Community workers, area mental health services, women’s health service providers, primary care, service providers, research students, academics

Course summary: This one-day course, to be held on 10 September 2014, will introduce participants to some of the methodological and ethical challenges involved in researching topics such as:

Participants are encouraged to bring along details of any relevant projects they are currently working on. On completion of the course, participants will:

Some methodological issues to be covered include:

Participants will have the opportunity to workshop methodological issues or problems from their own projects in small facilitated groups.

Applications close 29 August 2014.

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: On site

Financial support for Indigenous students: Not specified

Please see contacts and links below for further information.

Contacts

The University of Melbourne, Parkville
Dr Laura Tarzia
Ph: (03) 9035 8604
Email: laura.tarzia@unimelb.edu.au

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Last updated: 15 August 2014
 
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