This 1-hour masterclass by the QNI’s Community Nursing Research Forum was free and open to all community nurses interested in research.

At this masterclass, Dr Jenni Burt outlined how to approach the critical appraisal of qualitative research papers, with a particular focus on assessing the rigour of methods used, the coherence of findings, and the likely transferability of insights generated.

About the speaker

Jenni is Research Programme Leader and Principal Research Associate at THIS Institute (The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute) at the University of Cambridge. She leads a diverse portfolio of applied research programmes on the quality of healthcare and contributes to strategic development and operations. Jenni is module leader of the Qualitative and Mixed Methods module for the MPhil in Population Health Sciences and supervises a number of PhD and MPhil students.

Masterclass summary

Read the summary here: Masterclass summary – Critically appraising qualitative research papers January 2023

Other masterclasses in the series:

14 December 2022 – Value of research for patients and community nursing with Professor Alison Leary (recording)

28 February 2023 – Writing for publication: tips from an editor with Professor Catherine Walsh (recording)

16 March 2023 – Introduction to Qualitative data analysis: Reflexive Thematic Analysis with Dr Emma Rowland

20 April 2023 – Planning and navigating research ethical approvals – from beginner to expert with Dr Vicky Thornton and Helen Marshall

Event details

Date and time

17 January 2023


Online via Zoom

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