Sydney: Action Research in Health Care: Dr Iain Hughs and Assoc Prof Shankar Sankaran

20 Nov 2008 - 11:00am
20 Nov 2008 - 3:00pm
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DISCIPLINE OF GENERAL PRACTICE, UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY

PRIMARY HEALTH CARE RESEARCH, EVALUATION & DEVELOPMENT (PHC RED) PROGRAM

ACTION RESEARCH IN HEALTHCARE
Thursday, 20 November 2008
11am – 3pm

This course aims to discuss how to do good action research in the context of healthcare. Appropriate AR practices and guidelines for intervention in diverse settings will be discussed.

Presented by
Dr Ian Hughes
Ian is based at the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Sydney and has a long experience of working and teaching in Action Research in multiple settings. As part of this workshop he will be discussing highlights from:
Hughes, I. (2008). Action Research in Healthcare. In P. Reason & H. Bradbury (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Action Research (2nd ed., pp. 381-393). London: Sage.

A/Prof Shankar Sankaran

Shankar is an Associate Professor at the School of the Built Environment, Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building at UTS. His areas of interest are project management, knowledge management, management learning, action research and action learning.

Venue: Lecture Room, Discipline of General Practice at Central Clinical School, 37A Booth Street, Balmain.

Cost: The course is free. Morning and afternoon tea will be provided. Lunch can be purchased from one of the many cafes and restaurants nearby.

Number of places: There are a limited number of places in the seminar.

If you would like to attend, you must register to do so: contact Nicky Lecopoulos (nicky@gp.med.usyd.edu.au)