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Qualitative Research 101

Thu. 1 Oct, 2020 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

This online training session will provide an introduction to qualitative research methods. Topics covered will include differences between quantitative and qualitative research, qualitative research methodologies, strategies for qualitative data collection, and methods of qualitative data analysis.

Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and share experiences conducting qualitative research.


MaryBeth Grewe, MPH
Project Manager / Qualitative Research Specialist, Community and Stakeholder Engagement
NC TraCS Institute


Implementation Research on Opioid Management Interventions

Thu. 1 Oct, 2020 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

ImpSci Speaker Series - Implementation Research on Opioid Management Interventions: Insights from the Field and for the Field

Join NC TraCS and the Eshelman School of Pharmacy for this edition of the Implementation Science Speaker Series featuring Sarah Shoemaker-Hunt, PhD, PharmD. Shoemaker-Hunt, Principal Associate with Abt Associates, will discuss her research on opioid prescribing and management in the pharmacy setting.

Shoemaker-Hunt is a pharmacist, health services researcher and implementation scientist. She will discuss how implementation science can inform pharmacy research and describe the integration of quality improvement methods and measures in the pharmacy setting. Shoemaker-Hunt will share case studies and examples from her body of work around the opioid epidemic. There will be an opportunity for Q&A immediately following the talk.


Sarah Shoemaker-Hunt, PhD, PharmD
Principal Associate, Abt Associates


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