(Qualitative) Research Methods

 

I am committed to the development of qualitative research methods in health professions and health professions education research, and have consequently published quite extensively on the topic. Below is a list of publications, with PDFs from the accepted version of each. Please do not hesitate to write for a copy of the printed version.

 

Paradis, E. and G. Sutkin. Accepted May 2016. “Beyond a Good Story: From Hawthorne Effect to Reactivity in Health Professions Education Research.” Medical Education. Impact Factor: 3.196. For history geeks, the PDF of the long version here; Pre-print PDF.

Nimmon, L., Paradis, E., Schrewe, B., and M. Mylopoulos. 2016. “Integrating Theory Into Qualitative Medical Education Research.” Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 8(3), pp. 437-8. dx.doi.org/10.4300/JGME-D-16-00206.1

Paradis, E., O'Brien, B.C., Nimmon, L., Bandiera, G., and M.A. Martimianakis. 2016. “Design: Selection of Data Collection Methods.” Journal of Graduate Medical Education 8(2), pp. 263-4. dx.doi.org/10.4300/JGME-D-16-00098.1. Pre-print PDF.

Leslie, M., Paradis, E., Gropper, M.A., Reeves, S., and S. Kitto. 2014. “Applying ethnography to the study of context in healthcare quality and safety.” BMJ Quality and Safety. doi:10.1136/bmjqs-2013-002335. Impact Factor: 2.294. PDF.

I also teach a Master's level course on qualitative research methods. You can find details on the CQ website or by writing to me.

Last updated: August 20, 2016.