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The International Institute for Qualitative Methodology is pleased to announce that this year the 17th Qualitative Health Research (QHR) Conference will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from October 25-27, 2011.
There will be a pre-conference workshop on October 24th, 2011. Please reserve these dates in your calendar.
CALLS FOR ABSTRACTS ARE NOW OPEN!
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS MAY 16, 2011
- 17th Qualitative Health Research Conference
- Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
- October 25-27, 2011
- October 24th – Workshops
QHR is the premier international and interdisciplinary conference for the dissemination and discussion of developments in qualitative health research. All conference papers will be peer reviewed, and we welcome presentations from scholars in a range of disciplines exploring health-related issues and experiences.
Abstracts are invited from scholars engaged qualitative health research in such disciplines as public health, nursing, medicine, social work, psychology, sociology, information science, education, human ecology, anthropology, dentistry, physiotherapy, rehabilitation, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and many more!
Click here to submit an abstract<https://iiqm.gobigevent.com/prothos/onware.x/conference/web/index.p?!=public=12985845498149=14=56115563&Conference=75159> or visit the QHR webpage for more information at: http://www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca/iiqm/QHR2011.cfm
This year the AQM conference will not be held in conjunction with QHR. AQM will be postponed to 2012 in an effort to revitalize and introduce some exciting new initiatives. In the interim, individuals that were planning on submitting to AQM are encouraged to submit abstracts on Qualitative Methods to QHR. A series of multi-disciplinary sessions on methods will be offered at QHR and will be highlighted as advanced sessions.
- Keynotes, symposia & oral presentations on ‘state of the art’ work from international researchers;
- New opportunities to present work and interact over poster presentations;
- Opportunities to learn and consolidate skills at conference workshops;
- A diverse international, interdisciplinary audience for your work