Watch webinar: Photovoice, Zoom interviews and digital story-telling: A qualitative health trifecta?
In this webinar three qualitative methods were introduced along with specific insights developed through their use in a range of health and illness projects.
The first method, photovoice research, explored the gendered dimensions of mental illness and suicidality offer some pragmatics and profits for using that visual method. The second, the benefits and concessions of qualitative Zoom interviews, were discussed based on recently completed work with men experiencing distressed and disrupted intimate partner relationships. Lastly, participants lived experiences of endometriosis were featured in a discussion exploring the feasibility, acceptability and reach of digital storytelling. To conclude, details for combining these three methods in a recently funded 100% virtual project exploring safe and equitable relationships were shared in thoughtfully considering if their integration might constitute a qualitative health trifecta that value adds both in terms of research processes and products.
LISTEN TO THE SNEAK PEEK AUDIO INTERVIEW HERE
- Zoom Interviews: Benefits and Concessions
- Further Than the Eye Can See? Photo Elicitation and Research With Men
- The Gendered Dimensions of Photovoice in Men’s Health Promotion Research
- Photovoice Ethics: Critical Reflections From Men’s Mental Health Research
- Men building better relationships: A scoping review
- Endometriosis - Our Story (Digital Storytelling)
Thursday 6 April 2022, 6:00pm
Presented by Professor John Oliffe
Professor John Oliffe is a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair at the School of Nursing at the University of British Columbia, and an honorary professor at the Department of Nursing, University of Melbourne. As the founder and lead investigator of UBC's Men's Health Research program, his qualitative work focuses on the influence of gendered health behaviours and illness management, and its impact on partners, families and overall life quality. He has expertise in wide-ranging qualitative methods, and the findings drawn from his research offer guidance to clinicians and researchers, and have been transitioned to progressive and formally evaluated tailored interventions.