Bright Spots Mini-Lab

Mini-Lab activities help build the qualitative and mixed methods skills of students and public health practitioners.

Mini-Lab activities foster research and evaluation collaborations to find solutions to MCH public health needs by identifying and employing culturally-responsive, asset-based strategies rooted in the perspectives and experiences of individuals, families and communities.

Spring 2022 Learning Lab Sessions (via Zoom):

  • Introduction to NVivo with Junia N. de Brito on January 13, 2022 from 10:00 am- 11:15 am (CST)
    • Participants will explore learning the essential functions of NVivo, including creating a project, coding, annotations and memos, running queries, and how to set up a project to smooth coding processes between team members.
    • RSVP here
  • Introduction to Coding Qualitative Data with Dr. Johnny Saldaña on February 18, 2022 from 9:00 am- 10:15 am (CST)
    • Professor Saldaña will explore the principles of qualitative research and coding, drawing on his background in education and research methods.
    • RSVP here
  • Introduction to Ripple Effect Mapping with Dr. Scott Chazdon on March 25, 2022 from 11:30 am- 1:00 pm (CST)

Register now for the spring 2022 sessions.

Fall 2021 Sessions (via Zoom):

  • Introduction to Citizen Research with Dr. Stuart Grande (November 5, 2021)