A smaller subset, handful evaluated their impact. The re-, presentation of 10 in-depth interviews and the, they are based (on UK school choice policy and its impact on fami, whose children have special educational needs) in the, words and movement (dance), was staged at a 1998 US AERA, conference. Decisions on which form to use are based on your knowledge of, DONOVAN J. HERXHEIMER A & ZIEBLAND S. (2003) DIPEx: Fresh insights for, This editorial article contains four messages eme, people face a new diagnosis or dilemma they do not know how to find the, information they need; doctors find some aspects of disease, are reassuring; patients telling their story, analogous to. By continuing to browse Being new to the academic world I had naively thought that the only way to disseminate research findings was though conferences and publishing papers. Interviewees were then shown, information needs. Systematic reviews of interdisciplinary arts-based health research show that critical reflexivity in examining the impact of the arts is lacking (Boydell, Gladstone, Volpe, Allemang, & Stasiulis, 2012; To consider the practice implications for social work and related inter-professional teams working in services being provided for AAS users and identify barriers for accessing support, Skills in writing papers for scientific journals have become crucial across academia, and universities everywhere are arranging writing courses in their ph. Rely heavily on the formal features of the genre to express content, thus overly conforming to the structural facets (introduction, methods, findings, discussion, and conclusion) in designing a presentation. With so much current focus on new methods of knowledge dissemination (e.g., video abstracts, infographics, and podcasts), the academic presentation is ripe for examination and reinvigoration. Ethical approval is not required for this review. A new and important consideration for research presentations is the back channel of social media. The purpose of this review is to (1) understand the clinician and organisational level barriers and facilitators that influence a clinician’s assessment of suicide risk, (2) identify the types of biases that exist within this process and (3) list any evidence-based training protocols and educational initiatives to aid (or support) clinicians with this process. breast) in Ontario, Canada, asking about their information needs; followed by interviews with medical oncologists examining t. the issues these women had raised as being important. Or is it simply because these traditional methods often confine, audiences to fellow academics (Barnes et al. It also challenges the activist movements, transnational and emancipatory politics, as well as providing future directions for disability activism. In-depth interviews with 61 men, disease, were completed after pre-pilot and pilot studies. the impact of research, broken down under the following headings: Some practices appear more successful than others. 2003). Living with SLE can be viewed as a constant movement between experiencing existential homelikeness and unhomelikeness and constitute the women in a fragile equilibrium. All professionals com, This book covers in more detail the process of performing. We would be remiss not to reflect on the qualitative research findings presentation in terms of its social, cultural, and relational meaning. These performances received press and television coverage, provoking responses from health service agencies on the issues the pla. The presenter is best placed to provide this representative scholarly knowledge using insightful awareness that reflects “bigger picture” thinking around the significance and contribution of the work. This project aimed to explore how basic existential conditions in life were experienced in women with the disease, systemic lupus erythematosus, and how these changed during a long-term illness trajectory. Audience cues are an important gauge for the pace and delivery of a presentation (Collins, 2004; Nisbit, 2004). Drama that emphasises research is topical. Further feedback from 249 health professionals (bet, Nearly all of this sample stated that the issues presented were relevant, and useful for thinking about their clinical practice. Nevertheless, the aim of the presentation remains to retain focus on the supposed nature of the subject material and the impression this material is intended to convey. MEYER J. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, v. 37, n. 43, p. 879?910, nov. 2015. Even in sectors like health, where support systems appear better, evaluations of National Health Service Research and Development, programmes show that, although the quality of research may be rising, its, full effect is unclear (Hurst 2002). Based on two interviews exploring factors impacting, implement findings from a study exploring the extent to, which a philosophy of health had been integrated into, Based on 60 interviews: 30 with parents of children, with mental health issues and 30 interviews with, ... Central to all healthcare research is dissemination: the communication of research findings. Developing public speaking skills and presence therefore is then important (Collins, 2004; Happell, 2009; Rossiter & Stone, 2015). Outputs can be written, verbally presented, audio/visual or electronic. Bradley has, however, led a review of qualitative literature reporting on educational interventions for evidence-based practice (Bradley et al. Providing video/audio recordings of the presentation (e.g., Periscope) or uploading slideshows or posters onto online digital repositories (e.g., Figshare) can also expand influence beyond the presentation itself. audio and video) (Gray 2000; Gray 2003; Gray, Fitch et al. Pifer intends this text to be performed. In terms of content, qualitative research findings may also convey social significance (Clandinin & Caine, 2008), explicate processes (Morse, 2012), and/or explain behaviors or outcomes (Morse, 2012; Pawson & Tilley, 1997). change and/or understanding (Dick 2002; Meyer 2000; Waterman et al. Likewise, our aim in taking a genre-based approach to presentations is to avoid these overly prescriptive and decontextualized tricks and tips. We chose to use sensitive search terms even though we kne, this would produce many unwanted abstracts. http://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/e/9781351165082 Thus, in closing, we reflect on presentations as sociocultural acts. Smartphone cameras have made it easier to take photographs of slides, and it is imperative that presenters ensure that the images on slides are not protected under copyright and that correct attribution is given to all elements on each slide. Communicating qualitative research findings: An annotated bibliographic review of non-traditional, Communicating qualitative research findings: an annotated biblio, Research Methods Group for sending out a request for references; to the, participants of the 2005 Vaxjo (Sweden)–Bournemouth (UK) University, Collaboration for their feedback on an earl, those who responded to our email contact; and to Anita Somner for her. In this article, we’ll give a basic overview of how to analyze qualitative data in layman’s terms, and offer a few suggestions on how to get better insights from open-ended survey questions, while making your life easier. pursuing examples of how good qualitative research has b, communicated was because they pay attention to both the scientific, 1998; Willis 2004). For more information view the SAGE Journals Article Sharing page. Elements of the presenter’s voice, bodily position/stance/movement, and psychosocial status are involved—the presentation is never, however, merely physical. authors used to disseminate their work. Presentations are, by nature, always oriented toward others (Hammersley, 2008). It is based on separate interviews with men (n=34), and their wives before the men had prostate surgery, two months after, surgery, and a year later; several urologists were also intervie, increase awareness about issues relating to prostate cancer by using, actors and a scriptwriter. • Challenges facing disability activism (2003) Metasynthesis: The state of the art – so far. Available from, EMSLIE C, HUNT K & WATT G. (2001a) ‘I’d rather go with a heart attack. With contributions from senior and emerging disability activists, academics, students and practitioners from around the globe, this handbook covers the following broad themes: The first section deals with the practice-oriented issues at the center during the first years: how to write and to manage the review process. By the ye, they had made around 200 presentations throughout Canada and the, United States (Gray 2000). research with communities, colleagues and critics. had collected and analysed the interview data. At this stage, most abstracts, papers or, qualitative research findings. Future work would do well to explore the nature and relevance to qualitative research, and how this can be improved. Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. This also allows for a wider audience reach, as those who cannot physically attend the presentation are privy to such conversations. most of the 3,000 medical subject headings from a patient’s point of view; health and social care services, policy makers, researchers and, information technologists. 9,33 Thus ethnodramatic works can be recognized as existing within a “critical” paradigm. script were taken directly from the transcripts of the two studies. research findings disseminated beyond a journal. While we do not offer an extensive theorization of “the presentation,” we position the presentation of qualitative research findings in its institutional, disciplinary, and rhetorical context as being a particular kind of genre, an aspect of qualitative method, and a contribution to a bigger scholarly conversation. Audience awareness (Rossiter & Stone, 2015) and subtle engagement can all influence audiences’ reactions. Data was constructed through three consecutive, interview sessions at time: 0, 6 months and after 18 months. Across the world each year, thousands of presentations of qualitative research findings are delivered to conference delegates, higher degree committees, communities, and departmental colleagues. In disseminating qualitative data, researchers have an array of presentational styles and formats to choose from that best fit their research purposes, such as drama, dance, poetry, websites, video and evocative forms of writing. Article 2 examined how women experienced life during the time after the diagnosis, and showed that the nature of SLE as a fluctuating illness affected the women’s opportunity to feel a positive existential movement in life. In the validation phase, the revised model was tested with a different subset of dance/movement therapists. change in their understanding of those coping with alcoholic withdrawal. Indeed, presentations form part of discourses known as scholarly conversations that, as with journal articles, social media, and corridor conversations, are vehicles to share, contest, or debate knowledge among members of knowledge communities (Thomson & Kamler, 2013). The problem is that there is little evidence on the impact of such, dramas. Interviews were conducted with two subsets of dance/movement therapists (N = 6) to: (a) develop the approach in the induction phase (n = 3); and (b) test the approach in the validation phase (n = 3). As such, they cry out for, searching. blood, receive a sense of altruism and solidarity. Given content that elicits an emotional reaction, such as the use of storytelling or images, is also more memorable for both presenter and those being presented to (Kensinger & Corkin, 2003), presenters should consider these, at the very least, likely to appeal to emotions. Dissemination refers to “a planned process that involves consideration of target audiences and the settings in which research findings are to be received and, where appropriate, communicating and interacting with wider policy and…service audiences in ways that will facilitate research uptake in decision-making processes and practice” (Wilson, Petticrew, Calnan, & Natareth, 2010, p. 91). scales and algorithms. So today we want to cover a few creative ways to present our research findings, so nobody gets bored and nothing gets lost! BOCHNER AP & ELLIS C. (2003) An introduction to the arts and. Passive dissemination, is defined as a form of communication such as publication in an, academic journal; and active dissemination as the tailoring of research, findings to a target audience using a dynamic flow of information (Walter, effectiveness of the passive dissemination of research. However, in our experience overseeing or participating in conferences for over 8,000 qualitative researchers over the last 10 years, presentations of qualitative research (including keynote addresses) generally: Give precedence to the visual aid elements of the presentation (such as PowerPoint, Prezi, and Keynote) over presenting skills. A short semi-structured interview schedule was used to elicit their, views about the website. d programs. In the UK, a recent, Social Research Council funded social work and social care researc, applying research to practice, policy or people is often, beyond the research process. For this article, we searched for examples of qualitative research where findings have been disseminated beyond the journal article and/or conference presentation. The presenter’s presence and actions during the presentation remain integral to the genre. So, individual, (actor) performance and theatrical style are secondary to the accuracy. importance of gender in lay beliefs about heart problems. A case study analysis of the consortium for, applied research and evaluation in mental hea, www.st-andrews.ac.uk/%7Eruru/publications.htm, In May 1999, 2,458 groups and individuals on, newsletter (37%), broadcast media (15%) and booklets of mem, There is concern about the quality of health information o, Few empirical studies examine how the internet is used by those who, DIPEx breast and prostate cancer modules – about how, when and, internet was used to gather information, support them and make sense of, ZIEBLAND S, CHAPPLE A, DUMELOW C, EVANS J, PRINJHA S &, This study uses the 175 interviews with cancer patients for DIPEx, modules to explore their use of the internet. Playing with formal structure in this way nevertheless retains the necessary facet of structural norms but places and frames the main messages of the finding to the fore. Some society journals require you to create a personal profile, then activate your society account, You are adding the following journals to your email alerts, Did you struggle to get access to this article? Action Research and Evaluation on-line. evaluation: a framework for assessing research evidence’. Trial, presentations were made to health professionals, service users and. We also explore how this approach helped (or not) to disrupt traditional power differentials in classroom action research (e.g., researcher/ participant; student/ teacher; university professor/ ESOL teacher). Sharing links are not available for this article. (2003) Dramatizing data: A primer. Studies outlining any factors that affect a clinician’s suicide risk assessment process, ranging from individual experience and behaviours to organisational level influences, will be included. Thus, while presentations should fit within the scope, institutional, disciplinary, and rhetorical context of the qualitative research findings presentation (Table 1), effective presentations can, and should, make use of the wide nature of appearances and facets of this genre. 1995). Some implications for qualitative research. Quantitative and qualitative research differ somewhat in their approach to data analysis. Data were collected via written narratives and follow-up interviews. Effective dissemination is simply about getting the findings of your research to the people who can make use of them, to maximise the benefit of the research without delay. As advocacy work, aimed at family members and health, accessibility and with provoking and facilitating discussion among care, CROWE TV. Is quality in presentations of research findings entirely subjective, or more specifically, determined by the views of the presenter? Social care, health and education literature is replete, describing getting research out to a wider audience. Now that you’ve written up your research as a report, dissertation, or thesis, you should now turn your thoughts to how you will disseminate you research. Login failed. A common concern among researchers presenting qualitative findings is around the implied need for, and risk of, oversimplifying content to meet the needs and/or wants of particular knowledge communities. It is preferable to be a voice in that conversation than to leave it over to others within the knowledge community. For example, active, facilitated and, analysed discussion periods followed performances of, literature also confirms the importance of active discussion about, research findings, as well as tailoring approaches to the inten, audience and paying attention to the source of the messag, process of communicating qualitative research findings does not appear, any different from using the findings of any kind of researc, 2001). While those taking part in de-briefing groups agreed the play, worthwhile and had generated meaningful discussion among healt, authors was when the audience invaded the stage at the, This pilot project reworked and fictionalised informant experiences and. First, planning to disseminate findings beyond publication for academic audiences should occur a priori to the initiation of research. Assuming there are those who do pay attention to the dissemination of qualitative research findings, what can we learn from them? Given the centrality of the presentation to qualitative rigor, knowledge communities, and academic career progression, the genre of presentation could be expected to be extensive and formalized. Fifteen women were included from a rheumatology department in Denmark. Genre-Based Suggestions and Considerations for Future Research. Cognizance of habits (voice volume/pace, eye contact, tics, habits, and body language) and the refinement of expression (pauses, rises, falls, and stresses) are key elements of effective presentation style. 1993; Rolfe et al. Table 1. However, there appears, ‘little point increasing the rate at which research flows to the, social care workforce: little research can be directly applied to, practice, many practitioners are not equipped to digest research, and appropriate support systems are lacking’ (Walter et al. Ethics and dissemination Being involved in presenting at, chairing, and organizing over a dozen international, national, and local conferences around qualitative research, we have collectively been audience to thousands of such presentations over our careers. Reflexive knowledge (Hertz, 1997; Myerhoff & Ruby, 1982) provides insight into the workings of the social and experiential worlds as well as into how that knowledge came into existence. Presenting your work, discussed in Section 13.2 "Presenting Your Research", is one way of disseminating your research findings.In this section, we’ll focus on disseminating the written results of your research. • Inclusive pedagogies, evidence and activist practices MOSELEY D, HIGGINS S, BRAMALD R, HARDMAN F, MILLER J, HALLIGAN J, BRAMALD S, NEWTON L, TYMMS P, HENDERSON B &, information and communications technology for literacy and numeracy in, Education Line Database based at the University of Leeds, www.leeds.ac.uk/educol/documents/00001369.htm, MULLEN EJ, SHLONSKY A, BLEDSOE SE & BELLAMY JL. The motivation to disseminate research can come in many forms. The ability to construct and express knowledge effectively poses a particular challenge for novice researchers (Happell, 2009; Rossiter & Stone, 2015), unprepared or inexperienced presenters, and those less comfortable with public speaking or being observed or judged in and around scholarly discourse. ORCID iDSheree Bekker http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0161-6280. The methods include face-to-face or phone interviews, focus groups, observation (natural settings), textual (polls, surveys). example exploring suicide or child abuse through drama. The enactment of a presentation is embodied, involving the presenter variously as the vehicle, source, and focus of the presentation. The proposed screening process consists of a title and abstract scan, followed by a full-text review by two reviewers to determine the eligibility of articles. Much previous research has focused on identifying patient-level risk factors that can improve the risk assessment process through, Open access (OA) is a way of providing unrestricted access via the Internet to peer-reviewed journal articles as well as theses, monographs and book chapters. All rights reserved. HUNT K, EMSLIE C & WATT G. (2001) Lay constructions of a family. Based on 19 transcribed discussion support groups to, help first year teachers (n=100) understand more. The researcher–storyteller, by playing with the form of the presentation, constrains formal features (such as a set conventional order or passive academic authorial voice) and is well-placed to open spaces in presentations to more overtly “storify” the research—to use narrative forms familiar with stories to better connect the presentation more to the audience without undermining the rigor of the research itself. It describes a journey which draws on Lawrence-Lightfoot’s methodology of portraiture (Lawrence-Lightfoot & Hoffmann Davis 1997) and the work of Jacques Rancière in considering the ethical relationship between the research outcomes and the public, including the people who were interviewed for the research and the community involved in the subject matter. This nevertheless remains a common problem with presentations of qualitative findings. This study explored women's reasons for and their experiences of decision making that related to the phenomenon of freebirthing within the United Kingdom. What we provide in this, disseminated, based on our existing knowledge of the field, contacts with, is required to ensure that other fields of enquir, research findings have made a difference to practice, policy, There is a need for empirical work on how research is actually used so, ‘go beyond creating insightful texts about the human con, moving ourselves and others to action, with the effect of. Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Scientific Adviser for the Department of Health. Session 6: 6) An ethnographic act. The former was a fictionalised dramatic, of verbatim narrative into script. 7. Your findings represent the story you are going to tell in response to the research questions you have answered. What, agenda for how utilisation and transfer bridges are made in the social, care (Shaw et al. problem-solving, discussion-based support groups (n=19) (1995-2000). Am I Pretty? A wealth of resources on the design of effective slideshows for presentations in general is available (e.g., Duarte, 2008). Caregivers are frequently in need of support, and a range of interventions have been trialled to improve outcomes. Table 2. Este guia abrangente amplia a metodologia básica das ciências da saúde e outros campos com numerosas adaptações para atender às necessidades de campos metodologicamente diversos, como a pesquisa em SI, especialmente aqueles que envolvem, incluem e sintetizam estudos quantitativos e qualitativos. This neglect of the genre of presentation is puzzling and concerning. See comments on Emslie et al. within child and family social work: A collaborative study. Many do suggest developing slides with less text (Pros, Tarrida, Martin, & Amores, 2013; Reynolds, 2011; Wecker, 2012). In: P Atkinson, A Coffey, S Delamont, J Lofland. NUTLEY S, PERCY-SMITH J, SOLESBURY W. (2003) Models of, NUTLEY S, WALTER I & DAVIES H. (2002) From knowing to doing: A, Andrews: University of St. Andrews. However, the solution to this should be more presenter preparation not more presentation text. (2002b) Educational research and, Bagley & Cancienne (2001) is reprinted in the above book. Interpreting Findings OVERVIEW Qualitative research begins with questions, and its ultimate purpose is learning. Improving the Use of Rese, hermeneutical stance, the words that animate the, Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, Children and physical activity: A systematic review of, Integrative Approaches to Qualitative and Qua, performances led to a radio interview – the, Prostate Tales. The next section presents the historical development of scientific communication, why publishing in peer-reviewed journals now occupies such a central place, and the functions fulfilled by this form of publishing. We highly recommend that all academics join the conversation around their research field on social media and participate in the vibrant online conversation that now thrives around conferences—and qualitative research more generally. But… I have 76,543 pages of research findings. The challenge is to communicate one, two or three months of research in a few minutes. The act of presenting is thus a complex interaction between the audience and the presentation itself. That is, we are sometimes engaged in the retrospective application of efficacy to our research products: those scripts and performances which constitute the ethnodramatic report. 2004), education (Troman 2001) and health (Hurst, Nutley et al. A qualitative study of. The growing scope and influence of qualitative research methodologies has generated an interest in the use of art-informed approaches to disseminating research findings. six major assumptions about research utilisation: These assumptions are, of course, not necessarily valid ones. The option for panellists to state reasoning for their rating will be provided. HURST K. (2002) Building a research conscious workforce. Simply select your manager software from the list below and click on download. In this way, we call for the qualitative research findings presentation to ultimately hold true to its epistemological roots, to lean more fully into our “different ways of knowing.”. If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice. Evocative and effective presentations, on the other hand, may be viewed as a platform to build rapport and conversation around research. Available from, OWEN J & COOKE J. St Andrews: University of St. Andrews. This paper reflects on our arts-based participatory research with Latinx middle school students and their teachers in the Southeast of the United States, which took place over the course of eight years. There was wide press and media coverage, provoking a response from health service providers on the issues, For both plays, counsellors, psychiatric nurses and other support agenc. 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A tabular synthesis of the general study details will be provided, as well as a narrative synthesis of the extracted data, organised into themes using the Situated Clinical Decision-Making framework. A notable issue with reporting qualitative findings is that not all results obtained are directly relevant to your research questions or research hypothesis. Accordingly, the presenter perceives the PowerPoint/Prezi/Keynote to be the largest and most important task when preparing a presentation. (2002) Get real: Representing reality. For instance, some use action research processes to facilitate action. Fourteen women completed the study in all three interview sessions. To explain further, we can reflect specifically on the contributions of Indigenous and feminist pedagogies. Each module on DIPEx, interviews covering all aspects of their illness and care. silences and the continuum of care among women in families. The back channel is an effective tool in research communication and is an important component of the end stage of research dissemination. They serve to establish the scholarly identities of students and early career academics in knowledge communities, that is, among those doing knowledge work in the relevant topic, field, or discipline (Aitken, 2010; Lea & Stierer, 2011; Smith, 2010). Voice Two provides meta commentary on the narrative, drawing from qualitative literature research. Access to society journal content varies across our titles. Methods and analysis Each stage of data, where delegates present papers defining mental health and community, issues surrounding schizophrenia (Morgan et al. For more information view the SAGE Journals Sharing page. There is ‘a major agenda for, utilisation and transfer bridges are made, findings could influence policy and practit, the projects’ impact on research methodology. This then, is not a confessional tale, but a recognition of some undesirable outcomes and new responsibilities emanating from performance ethnography. research findings are currently communicated, based on our existing, fields of enquiry have not been overlooked and to this effect we make a, call towards the end of the review to be furnished with further scholarly. Freebirthing is the active choice to birth without a health professional present, even where there is access to maternity care. No published research exists examining the quality of the qualitative research findings presentations or indeed how to judge this. audience is also part of script and performance validation. The best way to go about presenting results of qualitative research is to frame your findings around the most important areas or themes that you obtained after your examination of the data. Members of _ can log in with their society credentials below, International Journal of Qualitative Methods, This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 License (. One researcher then wrote a narrative. This paper draws on genre theory to make recommendations for future qualitative research findings presentations to improve the rigor, influence, and impact of such presentations. (2004) Pulling together the threads: boundaries, her mother who, after 40 years of caring for seven children, continues to, care for her 96-year-old mother. This article addresses this important gap by positioning “research findings” presentations as a distinctive genre, part of qualitative method, and an expression of scholarly discourse. This field is complex. (2002) The nature and usefulness of, GLESNE C. (1997) That rare feeling: re-presenting research through, portrays the essence of her understanding in poetic transcription. Please read and accept the terms and conditions and check the box to generate a sharing link. TODRES L. (1998) The qualitative description of human experience: T, TODRES L. (2004) The meaning of understanding and the open. Authors’ NoteA. The website was valued as, information that participants could not find on more medically orie, websites. Yet there has been very little scholarship devoted to it and too often its potential is vastly compromised. Melbourne: University of Melbourne. A mixed-methods study of social workers working with people using un-prescribed Anabolic Androgenic steroids. In round 3, factors will be recirculated including aggregate group responses (statistics and comment summaries) and panellists’ own round 2 scores. Ethnodrama should be seen as a means of providing access (for self and others) to the deconstruction of knowledge acquired through firsthand (lived) experience in an endeavor to provide meaning, understanding, prevention, and perhaps catharsis and solace. These findings have been published elsewhere. The e-mail addresses that you supply to use this service will not be used for any other purpose without your consent. ), subversion: night workers on the fringe of dawn – from bow-wave to, MORGAN S, ROLFE A & MIENCZAKOWSKI J. The facets of the genre of qualitative research findings presentations (as shown in Table 1) are, unsurprisingly, the norms to which scholars generally hold when delivering presentations for knowledge communities. Many reflected on having a new level of awareness and, affected by diagnosis and treatment. These were exhibited in a CBC studio entrance, in 2002. Implications for research practice are discussed. TODRES L & HOLLOWAY I. ... Research has shown that information can be better understood and retained when audiences are engaged with the content and can comprehend (on some level) the terminology or language in which it is being conveyed (Miller-Day & Hecht, 2013). Data gathered by, period – all, including informants and actors, were involved in validational. Terms such as dissemination, innovation diffusion, technology transfer, knowledge utilisation, research, utilisation and knowledge transfer abound. Brussels 14. The focus on the experiences of other patients. The themes of such works as The Accidental Death of an Anarchist 17 can be seen to resonate as strongly in contemporary society as they did in the 1970s in Italy. As explained by Kamler and Thomson (2008) in relation to writing, providing normative advice dismisses the importance of context and variations in practices and norms across knowledge communities. Consequently, the contribution to knowledge is unclear, and the possibility of creating resonance and verisimilitude is reduced. 2003). The findings that are shared pertain to the evaluation of the method rather than the outcome of the study that was conducted concurrently as part of explicating the method. In quantitative research, data analysis often only occurs after all or much of data have been collected. These may increase awareness and, change attitudes but are unlikely to lead to changes in behaviour. Does a presentation become “good” simply because the presenter believes this to be so? health promotion initiatives are more likely to be successf, with (and not against) popular culture. 2000; Mienczakowski 1995, 1996, 1997, 2003; Morgan et al. A short semi-structured interview solicited their views, groups and interviews, nine were covered by the website – seven were at, the planning stage. • Social media, support and activism 10 Tips to Designing Visually Appealing Slideware Present... “Digging Deeper?”: Insights From a Novice Researcher. This may be reflective of a broader desire that qualitative researchers have to be “taken seriously” by other scientists or disciplines due to historical, and outdated, views of research paradigms and very real issues of disciplinary power. Research on Lived Experience, Performing the personal and professional struggles of beginning. 2, consumers, simply presenting findings in these different formats appears, unlikely to change behaviour. The onslaught of neoliberalism, austerity measures and cuts, impact of climate change, protracted conflicts and ongoing refugee crisis, rise of far right and populist movements have all negatively impacted on disability. Resonant presentations usually involve clear exposition and appropriate audience relationships, with particular techniques being employed to build rapport, persuade, or otherwise communicate (Hyland, 2002b). These have negative implications: reducing the methodological quality of, engagement with, and overall influence of the qualitative research presented. Too often current presentations compromise the presentations genre: perpetuating this genre but not stretching this genre. Findings 1993). This will result in priority lists based on the panel’s total rating scores. Presentations of qualitative research findings should be effective, but what makes them so and how can they be improved? Stories, both everyday and extraordinary, human experiences, behaviors, and phenomena are the qualitative researcher’s “stock trade.” Unlike other scientists who must render highly technical or obscure phenomena intelligible for audiences, our source material—qualitative data—is often well-placed to create presentations of appeal and interest to both public and professionals alike. diverse study designs: A review of selected methodological work. symptoms to initial diagnosis, to any treatment and possible side-effects, are encouraged to tell their story with as few interruptions from the, interviewer as possible (Ziebland 2004). Both summaries were subject to further refining before publication. Exact deta, covering many different traditions and is therefore difficult to define. The rationale for pursuing examples of how good qualitative research has been disseminated is that we pay attention to both scientific and communicative concerns. This contribution to a symposium on research integrity at The Royal Society of, Introduction I felt that the relationship with the community of the subject (the artwork) should be extended beyond the six interviews that I had planned, and feedback on drafts. ), participatory experiential and compelling action research thr. For this publication, for and reviewed literature focused on the dissemination, as distinct from, What follows is divided into seven further sections. Despite this interpretive complexity, qualitative research findings are ripe for harnessing this element and thus intentionally designing engaging presentations. Reflecting this approach to discourse, we rather offer these considerations and suggestions for those approaching presentations of qualitative research findings (Table 3). information, participants could not find on other sites (see Herxheimer et al. qualitative research findings per se. Yet, disabled people and their allies are fighting back and we urgently need to understand how, where and what they are doing, what they feel their challenges are and what their future needs will be. Even sources that consider the, use of qualitative research appear to make no attempt to search the, as the written or oral representation of research findings, usually happ.

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