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Learn How to Conduct Rapid Qualitative Analysis

Rapid qualitative analysis is a method used to analyze thoughts, opinions, and experiences that participants share in focus groups, community conversations, and interviews. This approach organizes the information systematically, quickly, accurately, and efficiently.

Rapid qualitative analysis is action-oriented and helps to make sense of qualitative data more easily. The overarching goal of using rapid qualitative methods is to translate data into actionable results to impact practice.

In this training, Grace Ryan, PhD, MPH and Melissa Goulding PhD, MS give an overview of rapid qualitative methods, delve into the analytic process, and share examples and lessons learned from their direct work using these methods.

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Rapid Qualitative Analysis Presentation Slides

Rapid Qualitative Analysis Training