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Free Webinar: Speed up the publishing process with Citavi and NVivo
In this webinar we’ll review the current trends in qualitative research publications and demonstrate how using Citavi and NVivo together can help you publish faster.
Together Citavi and NVivo can assist you with your writing process to speed up your publishing in the following ways:
Analyze your literature review to find your key themes
Organize your writing  by planning tasks, outlining and taking notes
Write up your research in a more efficient way
Publish your paper with formatted citations and visualizations
Speed up the publishing process with Citavi and NVivo
April 7, 2021
10 AM PDT / 1 PM EDT
And will be repeated;
April 14, 2021
9 AM EDT / 2 PM BST / 3 PM CET
Register with this link http://go.nvivobyqsr.com/intro_to_Citavi_pm

    

Free Webinar: Embodying the Change: How Culturally Responsive Evaluation, Anthropology, Abolition, and Emergent Strategy Guide my Practice Before and After Projects Launch
Register: https://go.qsrinternational.com/embodying-the-change?_ga=2.178006373.1729931613.1617292453-152195719.1607023917
This webinar is part of the Culturally Responsive Research Webinar Series presented by NVivo and SAGE Publications.
In this session Dr. Aisha Rios shares the ways she integrates critical theories and practices—from culturally responsive evaluation, anthropology, abolition theory and organizing, and emergent strategy—into her work before and after learning and evaluation projects launch. Her commitment to social justice and movement organizing compel her to seek out opportunities to resist and disrupt, as well as embody alternative, liberatory futures. She will describe how she engages in subversive practices through project selection and during the early stages of planning and design. What this looks like in practice is harnessing the opportunity, when potential projects do not demonstrate a clear commitment to culturally responsive practice, to build this into proposals rather accepting what people and organizations request or present as a given. After projects are in motion, this means building in dedicated time to learn and center local knowledges, practices, histories, and questions and build relationships with people, because she believes this should inform and support all phases of evaluation. Finally, she offers analytical memos as a tool to document and analyze contextual information.
 
Presenter:
Dr. Aisha Rios is the Founder and Learning & Change Strategist at Coactive Change. In her role, she partners with change agents working to dismantle systems of oppression and create more just, liberatory futures. What this looks like in practice is slower paced, reflective, and contextually grounded learning and evaluation projects where she provides thought partnership, creative facilitation, and strategic guidance. She relies on approaches and methodologies that center collective knowledge and collaboration—rather than solely relying on her knowledge and experience— because she believes that learning does not happen in isolation but in partnership with those working in the field to advance social justice change.
 
Embodying the Change: How Culturally Responsive Evaluation, Anthropology, Abolition, and Emergent Strategy Guide my Practice Before and After Projects Launch
April 8, 2021
12 PM EDT

    

Free Webinar: Speed up the publishing process with Citavi and NVivo
Register: http://go.nvivobyqsr.com/intro_to_Citavi_pm
In this webinar we’ll review the current trends in qualitative research publications and demonstrate how using Citavi and NVivo together can help you publish faster.
Together Citavi and NVivo can assist you with your writing process to speed up your publishing in the following ways:
Analyze your literature review to find your key themes Organize your writing  by planning tasks, outlining and taking notes Write up your research in a more efficient way Publish your paper with formatted citations and visualizations Speed up the publishing process with Citavi and NVivo

April 14, 2021
9 AM EDT / 2 PM BST / 3 PM CET

    

Free Webinar: Lessons in managing and supporting a team of qualitative coders
Register: https://go.qsrinternational.com/lessons-in-managing-and-supporting-a-team?_ga=2.153849080.1729931613.1617292453-152195719.1607023917
This webinar is part of the Qualitative Research & Innovation Webinar Series presented by NVivo and SAGE Publications.
Have a tight deadline and a lot of qualitative data to code? Tune in to hear Lindsay Giesen, a Senior Study Director at Westat, share lessons learned from a recent study on how to successfully manage and support a team of staff in coding qualitative data. She presents her insights and lessons learned in leading a team to code 154 interview transcripts in just six weeks for a study of national school meal programs.
Presenter: Lindsay Giesen
Organization: Westat
Lindsay Giesen is a senior study director at Westat with more than 12 years of experience in program evaluation and policy research. She has managed and/or participated in program evaluations and research studies at the state and national levels on topics such as child nutrition, workforce development, child welfare, food security, child care, and Federal health programs. Ms. Giesen has strong experience in implementation evaluation. She frequently leads qualitative data collection and analysis and trains other staff to perform those tasks. Ms. Giesen has designed and conducted cognitive testing of dozens of qualitative data collection instruments for interviews, focus groups, and surveys. She previously worked at the Urban Institute, Child Trends, and the Research Triangle Institute.
 
Lessons in managing & supporting a team of qualitative coders
April 15, 2021
12PM EST

    

Free Webinar: Hard to Reach or Hardly Reached?: Using Community-Based Research Strategies to Improve HIV Prevention Outcomes among Black & Latinx Women
Register: https://go.qsrinternational.com/hard-to-reach-or-hardly-reached?_ga=2.225150170.1729931613.1617292453-152195719.1607023917
This webinar is part of the Culturally Responsive Research Webinar Series presented by NVivo and SAGE Publications.
Traditionally, research defines “hard-to-reach” populations as difficult for researchers to access and recruit for studies. However, that puts the onus on the communities rather than the researchers. Researchers must be more engaged with the communities of interest rather than just dismissing them as “hard-to-reach.” Additionally, language regarding sexual health often implies, sometimes implicitly, victim blaming. Sexual health and HIV prevention frequently point to protecting oneself from unfaithful partners or promoting condom use in monogamous relationships. These strategies are often unsuccessful. Researchers need to reframe how they approach conducting research among “hard-to-reach” populations and consider the underlying issues of sexual health. Future research must consider how to successfully recruit participants that are frequently considered “hard-to-reach.” In addition, we must understand and consider the true risks to sexual health rather than placing blame in the individuals’ behaviors or their partners’. Communities are underserved due to systemic factors that research often perpetuates. Future studies should consider appropriate methods to recruit communities otherwise disregarded from research and ensure the language and methods do not perpetuate victim blaming.
 
Presenter:
Dr. Liesl Nydegger is an Assistant Professor in Health Behavior and Health Education and Director of the Gender Health Equity Lab at The University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Nydegger earned her Ph.D. in Health Promotion Sciences with a concentration in Global Health, and her Master's in Public Health Claremont Graduate University, School of Community and Global Health. In 2015, Dr. Nydegger was awarded a 2-year Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the Center for AIDS Intervention Research at the Medical College of Wisconsin. She was awarded a Fulbright-Fogarty Fellowship in 2012-2013 that took place in Durban, South Africa. Dr. Nydegger's research interests focus on sexual health equity among vulnerable and underserved populations.
 
Hard to Reach or Hardly Reached?: Using Community-Based Research Strategies to Improve HIV Prevention Outcomes among Black & Latinx Women
April 23, 2021
3 PM EDT

    

Free Webinar: Respecting and Responding to the needs of Communities of Color in the Research Space
Register: https://go.qsrinternational.com/respecting-and-responding-communities-of-color?_ga=2.190883178.1729931613.1617292453-152195719.1607023917
This webinar is part of the Culturally Responsive Research Webinar Series presented by NVivo and SAGE Publications.
This webinar will give strategies on implementation of culturally responsive research for communities of color.
 
Presenter:
Rasheeta Chandler, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN is an Assistant Professor at Emory University’s NHWSON. Dr. Chandler also holds a Visiting Professorship at the UCSF, CAPS.  Her professional contributions have impacted health disparities in minority communities through research, pedagogy, and clinical practice. Her projects consider communication and technological modalities (e.g. advertising, social media) in exploration of the most effective milieu for improving health among young Black women, promoting optimal reproductive health, protective sexual behavior, and HIV prevention.
 
Respecting and Responding to the needs of Communities of Color in the Research Space
April 29, 2021
12 PM EDT

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