Journal club 5/12/16
After a very interesting journal club with special guest Erling Hog, he has very kindly provided some sources of information and links to some of the things we discussed;
Get a Movie Mount and a Tripod – for iPad or iPhone. This will indeed radically improve the quality of your footage.
Note: Watch the demo videos.
Filmic Pro at iTunes Store
EDITING SOFTWARE FOR IPAD / IPHONE
Pinnacle Studio at iTunes Store
SOFTWARE FOR QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
I’ve just had a Skype chat with Louise: She says that you have access to NVIVO software and training courses at RVC
TAMS Analyzer for Macintosh, Qualitative Research Tool
FREE software for academics by an academic
My choice: TAMS Analyzer – free software for Mac made by an academic, Matthew Weinstein at University of Washington
Software for Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed Methods Research
Marianne bought the standard version of MAXQDA
Just in case: you can always download fully functional 30-day demo versions and then decide which one you prefer.
Some recent reviews:
ATLAS.ti vs NVivo vs MAXQDA
SUMMARY OF STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF EACH PACKAGE IN THE CONTEXT OF ANALYSING OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS
ATLAS.ti vs NVivo vs MAXQDA
Choosing a Qualitative Data Analysis Software Program
Selecting Software Programs for Qualitative Data Analysis (QDA)
Here it says:
The key is to select the tool that is the best fit for your task. In making your selection you will need to consider:·
- Ease of use
- Accessibility by all personnel who will use it
- Size of your project
- Use of multiple sources of data
BMJ 1995 Qualitative Research Series
•Introduction to qualitative methods in health and health services research. Pope and Mays. BMJ 1995;311:42-45.
•Rigour and qualitative research. Mays and Pope. BMJ 1995;311:109-112.
•Observational methods in health care settings. Mays and Pope. BMJ 1995;311:182-184.
•Qualitative interviews in medical research. Britten. BMJ 1995;311:251-253.
•Introducing focus groups. Kitzinger. BMJ 1995;311:299-302.
•Consensus methods for medical and health services research. Jones and Hunter. BMJ 1995;311:376-380.
•Case study evaluation. Keen and Packwood. BMJ 1995;311:444-446.
BMJ 2000 Qualitative Research Series
•Assessing quality in qualitative research. Mays and Pope. BMJ 2000;320:50-52.
•Analysing qualitative data. Pope, Ziebland and Mays. BMJ 2000;320:114-116.
•Using qualitative methods in health related action research. Meyer. BMJ 2000;320:178-181.
BMJ 2008 Qualitative Research Series
•An introduction to reading and appraising qualitative research. Kuper, Reeves, Levinson. BMJ 2008; 337: 404-407.
•Grounded theory, mixed methods, and action research. Lingard, Albert, Levinson. BMJ 2008; 337: 459-461.
•Qualitative research methodologies: ethnography. Reeves, Kuper, Hodges. BMJ 2008; 337: 512-514.
•Discourse analysis. Hodges, Kuper, Reeves. BMJ 2008; 337: 570-572.
•Why use theories in qualitative research? Reeves, Albert, Kuper, Hodges. BMJ 2008; 337: 631-634.
•Critically appraising qualitative research. Kuper, Lingard, Levinson. BMJ 2008; 337: 687-689.