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Longitudinal audio diaries in healthcare education research: What, why and how (Professor Lynn Monrouze)

Centre for Research in Professional Learning 'Research Tea'

A Graduate School of Education research event
Date6 September 2016
Time15:30 to 17:00
PlaceBaring 212

Visiting academic, Professor Lynn Monrouxe (Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan) will be leading the research tea; the theme is 'Longitudinal audio diaries in healthcare education research: What, why and how'.

The use of Longitudinal Audio Diaries (LADs) in healthcare education research is relatively rare. However, this unique and effective tool that can enable our exploration of a wide range of developmental topics, including aspects such as preparedness for practice and how personal and professional identities are constructed.  As an early pioneer of the LAD method, through this interactive workshop Lynn will provide participants with an overview of the LAD method, explore why it is a powerful tool for researchers using a variety of epistemological stances who wish to examine a range of issues over time and demonstrate ways in which data generated by the LAD might be interrogated to provide researchers with powerful examples of ways in which individuals might change (or stay the same) over time.

All are welcome to attend.

Centre for Research in Professional Learning


ProviderGraduate School of Education

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