Date(s) - 04/23/2018 - 04/27/2018
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
University of Central Lancashire and Robert Gordon University are proud to host the five day methodology and symposium in hermeneutic phenomenology starting April 23. Learning outcomes for this course:
- Appreciation of the background into the philosophical underpinnings of hermeneutic phenomenology
- Gain insights into key philosophical notions described by key philosophers (Heidegger, Gadamer, etc.) and how these can be applied within health and social care research
- How to design and conduct hermeneutic phenomenology research
- How to collect data for hermeneutic phenomenology (e.g. interviews) How to analyse, interpret, and report data (theses/dissertations and publications) in a way that is congruent with this methodology.
- The fee for the five day course and symposium is £475 which includes refreshments (tea and coffee), a delegate pack and lunch will be provided on each day of the course.
Key facilitators will be:
Dr Susan Crowther & Dr Gill Thomson
The event will be located in Room H230, Health and Social Care Building, Garthdee Campus, Aberdeen, Scotland
Full details of the event and campus location will be issued prior to the event. The symposium day can be attended as a standalone event and further information for the symposium will be distributed separately. For info on the event and to visit the hosts page click HERE.
To register for the event please click HERE.