Recently I was invited by Prof. Ros Edwards to present at the 7th Research Methods Festival, which will take place between the 5-7th July at the University of Bath. The early bird registration is now open until Friday 15th April 2016.
I will be presenting on Tuesday 5th July 2016 in a session called ‘Strategies for Working with Combined Qualitative Longitudinal Data Sets‘, which will take place between 15.45 and 17.15. Dr Emma Davidson (University of Edinburgh) and Dr Susie Weller (University of Southampton) will also talk during the session, to the following title: ‘Working across multiple qualitative longitudinal studies: lessons from a feasibility study looking at care and intimacy’. My own presentation, entitled ‘Getting out of the swamp: a strategy for working across qualitative longitudinal data sets to develop research design’ will include some critical reflections on my experiences of analysing the Intergenerational Exchange and Following Young Fathers datasets from the Timescapes research programme, to develop my ‘Men, Poverty and Lifetimes of Care‘ study. I will make a copy of the presentation available on my blog following the event, but encourage you to attend if you can. If you can’t make it to the festival, the social media code for the event is #RMF16.