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Online Masterclass: Qualitative Research

July 20th 2020

The Society for the Study of Addiction sponsored a conference on conducting qualitative addiction research in March 2020, and the four Masterclass lectures and interviews are now freely available online. They provide a useful resource for qualitative researchers looking to develop their skills and careers.   The speakers are Prof Carol Emslie (Glasgow Caledonian University) on alcohol, Dr Caitlin Notley (UEA) on smoking, Dr Polly Radcliffe (KCL) on drugs and Prof Gerda Reith (University of Glasgow) on gambling. 

Carol Emslie’s lecture on qualitative methods drawing on the LGBT+ and alcohol project funded by SHAAP:
https://www.addiction-ssa.org/qualitative-methods-conference-week-5-professor-carol-emslie-lecture/

All lectures / interviews available here:
https://www.addiction-ssa.org/qualitative-methods-conference/

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