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Open Science and Qualitative Research

Queen's Psychology Open Science Working Group and Qualitative Research Network invite Queen's staff and PhD researchers to a seminar on open science and qualitative research.

Peter Branney
May 13, 2024
David Keir Building, room 0G.012 ('the Bridge')
13:00 - 14:00

This seminar will discuss FAIR archiving, safeguarding and stewarding of potentially identifiable qualitative data. The guest speaker is Dr Peter Branney (University of Bradford) and the event is hosted by Dr Lisa Graham Wisener.

Light lunch is included from 12.30pm.

Dr Branney is an Honorary Life Member of the British Psychological Society and a social psychologist at the University of Bradford. He is leading work exploring the possibilities of open science for qualitative methods, which includes one of the earliest studies into the topic, keynotes at the Qualitative Methods in Psychology section of the British Psychological Society biennial conference and the UK Research Integrity annual conference, videos and a paper introducing key issues, a special issue in the British Journal of Social Psychology and a number of invited seminars, one of which was recorded and has been viewed upwards of 1,500 times.

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