Public lecture by Professor Sally Thorne
Professor Sally Thorne visits Bergen University College on May 10th. She will hold an open lecture about Interpretive Description in research.
The reseach group DiaBEST at Bergen University College and Scandinavian network of phenomenological research in health sciences, University of Bergen/Bergen University College,
invites you to an open lecture at Bergen University College.
Sally Thorne is a Canadian academic nursing leader, teacher, researcher, theorist, and author well known for research in the human experience of chronic illness and cancer, and for her advancement of qualitative research methodologies including metasynthesis and interpretive description.
This is one out of four dissemination seminars held this year, as we are nearing the end of the DiaHealth project.
Time and place
Tuesday May 10th at 1700-1930.
Bergen University College, Inndalsveien 28, 5063 Bergen, room B117
1700 – 1800: Professor Sally Thorne, University of British Columbia, Vancouver: Using phenomenological wisdom in the inquiry work of the applied practice fields: What Interpretive Description adds to the conversation
1800 – 1845: Janice Andersen, Beate-Christine Hope Kolltveit, Hilde Smith-Strøm, Tina Taule:
Experiences using interpretive description in clinical research.
1845 – 1930: Plenary discussion