Startseite5th World Conference on Qualitative Research

Startseite5th World Conference on Qualitative Research

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Veröffentlicht am Freitag, 21. August 2020 bei Elsa Zotian

Zusammenfassung

The World Conference on Qualitative Research (WCQR) is an annual event that aims to bring together researchers, academics and professionals, promoting the sharing and discussion of knowledge, new perspectives, experiences and innovations on the field of qualitative research. It encourages the submission of scientific works that focus on several fields of application in qualitative research, from education to health, social sciences, engineering and technology, among others.

Inserat

Presentation

The World Conference on Qualitative Research (WCQR) is an annual event that aims to bring together researchers, academics and professionals, promoting the sharing and discussion of knowledge, new perspectives, experiences and innovations on the field of qualitative research. The growing success of previous editions is an important indicator of a multidisciplinary, committed and involved community in the context of qualitative research.

The 5th World Conference on Qualitative Research will take place at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Barcelona (Spain), 20th to 22nd January 2021. We believe WCQR will continue its growth in the number and quality of submissions, confirming itself as one of the main worldwide events on qualitative research. The main objective is for WCQR to maintain the indicators of success with each new edition, encouraging the submission of scientific works that focus on several fields of application in Qualitative Research, from Education to Health, Social Sciences, Engineering and Technology, among others, as well as a crosswise and holistic view, with the approach of several themes and dimensions of research.

Authors may submit proposals for presentation of Abstracts that meet the goals and themes of the Conference, including original scientific works addressing revisions to the state of the art research and new perspectives, solutions and/or applications to real problems, empirical and/or evaluation, among others. 

Topics

  • Rationale and Paradigms of Qualitative Research
  • Systematization of Approaches with Qualitative Studies
  • Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research
  • Data Analysis Types
  • Innovative Processes of Qualitative Data Analysis
  • Qualitative Research in Web Context
  • Qualitative Analysis with Support of Specific Software

Application fields

  • Qualitative Research in Health (emphasis on the processes of research in the fields of Medicine, Nursing, Geriatrics, Gerontology, Psychology, etc.)
  • Qualitative Research in Education (emphasis on the processes of research in various areas of Higher Education, Basic Education, Assessment, Curriculum, Teaching, Teaching Science, Languages, History, Technology, etc.)
  • Qualitative Research in Social Science (emphasis on the processes of research in the fields of Communication, Linguistics, Sociology, Anthropology, Organizational and Work Psychology, Business Administration, Marketing, Management and Economics, Political Science, etc.)
  • Qualitative Research in Engineering and Technology (emphasis on the research processes in the areas of Computer Science, Information Systems, Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering and Engineering Education)

Submission guidelines

Proposals for the presentation of Abstracts which address the objectives and themes of the Conference, including original scientific works addressing the state-of-the-art research and new perspectives, solutions and/or applications to real problems, empirical studies and/or evaluation, among others. 

Abstracts must be structured to include Introduction (Context/Justification); Goals; Methods (study design, techniques/instruments for data collection and processing); Results (data obtained) and Conclusions. The abstract does not include bibliographic references.

Types:

  • Oral Presentation

Abstracts must have between 250 and 300 words. Authors of accepted abstracts will have 15 minutes for the in-person presentation, plus 5 minutes for discussion at the conference;

  • Poster Presentation

Abstracts must have between 250 and 300 words. Presentation will be in Poster format, at the Conference.

All abstracts must be submitted online, on Easychair

before October 11, 2020

All abstracts submitted to WCQR within the deadlines and according to the guidelines will be subjected to the review process (double-blind review). After completion of the review process, the contact author will be informed about the acceptance or rejection of the submitted work. In both cases, the reviewers’ comments will be available to the authors;

General information

Due to the current global situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Organizing Committee may decide to switch the WCQR2021 to a fully online event. The OC will monitor the evolution of the situation regularly and decide whether or not there are conditions to hold the event in person. This decision will be made no longer than September, 2020. In case the WCQR2021 goes fully virtual, all authors will be able to present their works online (by Video or Synchronous Session) and in-person registration fees will be adjusted to the “Online Presentation” option.

Important dates

  • Abstract submission: October 11, 2020

  • Notification of acceptance – Abstracts: October 25, 2020
  • Early bird registration: November 8, 2020
  • WCQR2021: 20 to 22 January, 2021

For more info, please refer to www.wcqr.info

Organizing Committee

  • Nuria Fabrellas, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Barcelona – Spain (Chair)
  • Pilar Isla Pera, University School of Nursing University of Barcelona – Spain
  • Maria Carmen Olivé Ferrer, University School of Nursing University of Barcelona – Spain
  • Dolores Rodríguez Martin, University School of Nursing University of Barcelona – Spain
  • Marta Romero García, University School of Nursing University of Barcelona – Spain
  • María Teresa Anguera Argilaga, Faculty of Psychology University of Barcelona – Spain
  • Conceição Ferreira, Ludomedia – Portugal
  • Sónia Mendes, Ludomedia – Portugal

Scientific Committee

(in progress)

  • Pilar Delgado Hito, University School of Nursing University of Barcelona – Spain (Chair)
  • Adrianna Surmiak, Uniwersytet Warszawski – Poland
  • Alberto Mesaque, Federal University of Minas Gerais – Brazil
  • Alcina Oliveira Martins, University of Lusófona Porto – Portugal
  • Ana Amélia Carvalho, University of Coimbra – Portugal
  • Ana António, CeiED – Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Education and Development – Portugal
  • Ana María Pinto Llorente, University of Salamanca – Spain
  • Ana Paula Sousa Santos, University of the Azores – Portugal
  • Andrius Puksas, Mykolas Romeris University – Lithuania
  • António Carrizo Moreira, University of Aveiro – Portugal
  • Brigitte Smit, University of South Africa – South Africa
  • Bruna Helena Mellado, Federal University of Uberlândia – Brazil
  • Carl Vogel, Trinity College Dublin – Ireland
  • Carla Galego, CeiED – Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Education and Development – Portugal
  • Carlos Silva, University of Fortaleza – Brazil
  • Cecília Guerra,University of Aveiro – Portugal
  • Cedric G. Sanders, University of West Georgia – United States
  • Celina Pinto Leão, University of Minho – Portugal
  • Chryssoula Karakitsou, Deree – The American College of Greece – Greece
  • Colin MacDougall, Flinders University – Australia
  • Constantinos Nikiforos, Deree – The American College of Greece – Greece
  • Cristina Rosa Soares Lavareda Baixinho, Lisbon Nursing School – Portugal
  • Cristobal Bravo Ferretti, Univcersity of BíoBio – Chile
  • Daniela Schiek, Universität Bielefeld – Germany
  • David Lamas, Tallinn University’s School of Digital Technologies – Estonia
  • Dolores Rodríguez Martin, University School of Nursing University of Barcelona – Spain
  • Effie Kritikos, Northeastern Illinois University – United States
  • Elisabete Pinto da Costa, Lusofona University of Porto – Portugal
  • Elisabeth Severo, University of Porto – Portugal
  • Elise Bromann Bukhave, University College Absalon – Denmark
  • Elizabeth Pope, University of West Georgia – United States
  • Eva Rose Washburn-Repollo, Chaminade University of Honolulu – United States
  • Fátima Marques, ESEL – Lisbon School of Nursing – Portugal
  • Fernando Albuquerque Costa, University of Lisbon – Portugal
  • Flavia de Maria Gomes Schuler, Catholic University of Pernambuco – Brazil
  • Francisco Carreiro da Costa, Lusófona University – Portugal
  • Gilberto Tadeu Reis da Silva, Federal University of Bahia – Brazil
  • Helder José Alves Rocha Pereira, University of the Azores – Portugal
  • Helena Ostrowicka, Kazimierz Wielki University – Poland
  • Helena Presado, ESEL – Lisbon School of Nursing – Portugal
  • Helga Rafael, ESEL – Lisbon School of Nursing – Portugal
  • Hong-Chi Shiau, Shih-Hsin University – Taiwan
  • Inês Amaral, Miguel Torga Higher Institute – Portugal
  • Isabel Cabrita, University of Aveiro – Portugal
  • Isabel Huet, University of Hertfordshire – United Kingdom
  • Isabel Pinho, University of Aveiro – Portugal
  • Izabela Ślęzak, University of Lodz – Poland
  • Jakub Niedbalski, University of Lodz – Poland
  • Jorge Remondes, ISVOUGA – Portugal
  • Jovito Jr. Anito, José Rizal University – Philippines
  • Judita Kasperiuniene , Vytautas Magnus University – Lithuania
  • Juraj Čáp, Comenius University in Bratislava, Jessenius Medical Faculty in Martin – Slovakia
  • Kathleen Gilbert, Indiana University – United States
  • Katrin Niglas, Tallinn University – Estonia
  • Kepha Pondi, Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies – Philipinas
  • King Costa, Global Centre for Academic Research – South Africa
  • Lia Oliveira, University of Minho – Portugal
  • Lídia Oliveira, University of Aveiro – Portugal
  • Lubomir Popov, Bowling Green State University – United States
  • Luca Longo, School of Computer Science College of Science and Health TU Dublin – Ireland
  • Lucimara Fornari, School of Nursing of the University of São Paulo – Brazil
  • Luís Paulo Reis, University of Porto – Portugal
  • Luis Sousa, Atlântica University – Portugal
  • M.Carmen Solano Ruiz, Universitat d’Alacant – Spain
  • Mabel Segu, Deusto University – Spain
  • Marcel Ausloos, University of Leicester – United Kingdom
  • Marcos Teixeira de Abreu Soares Onofre, University of Lisbon – Portugal
  • Maria Filomena Gaspar, ESEL – Lisbon School of Nursing – Portugal
  • María Jesús Movilla Fernández, University of Coruña – Spain
  • Maria José Brites, Lusófona University of Porto – Portugal
  • Maria Kondratjuk, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg – Germany
  • Mario Malicki, University of Split School of Medicine – Croatia
  • Marta Romero García, University School of Nursing University of Barcelona – Spain
  • Marta Verdi, Federal University of Santa Catarina – Brazil
  • Martin Tolich, University of Otago – New Zealand
  • Martina Gallarza, University of Valencia – Spain
  • Michel Klein, University of Montpellier – France
  • Michelle Brear, University of the Free State – South Africa
  • Miguel Serra, ESEL – Lisbon School of Nursing – Portugal
  • Mirliana Pereira, University of Chile – Chile
  • Miroslav Rajter, University of Zagreb – Croatia
  • Nadia Steils, IAE Lille – France
  • Nuria Fabrellas, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Barcelona – Spain
  • Oscar Ferreira, ESEL – Lisbon School of Nursing – Portugal
  • Patricia López, TEC – Costa Rica Institute of Technology – Costa Rica
  • Pavel Zubkov, Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies – Philippines
  • Philia Issari, Centre for Qualitative Research in Psychology and Psychosocial – University of Athens – Greece
  • Rachid Bendriss, Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar
  • Radek Vorlíček, University of Hradec Králové – Czechia
  • Rosalind Edwards, University of Southampton – United Kingdom
  • Rui Neves, University of Aveiro – Portugal
  • Sandra Saúde, Polytechnic Institute of Beja – Portugal
  • Sarah Knudson, St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan – Canada
  • Sílvia Araújo de Barros, Escola Superior de Educação, IPP – Portugal
  • Simon Twose, Victoria University of Wellington – New Zealand
  • Sónia Dias, NOVA University Lisbon – Portugal
  • Surbhi Dayal, Indian Institute of Management Indore – India
  • Teresa Bettencourt, University of Aveiro – Portugal
  • Teresa Cardoso, University Aberta – Portugal
  • Vitor Tomé, Autonoma University of Lisbon – Portugal
  • Yosepha Tabib-Calif, University of Jerusalem – Israel

Orte

  • Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Barcelona - Carrer de Casanova, 143
    Barcelona, Spanien (08036)

Daten

  • Sonntag, 11. Oktober 2020

Anhänge

Schlüsselwörter

  • qualitative research, research methods

Kontakt

  • Sonia Mendes
    courriel : conference [at] wcqr [dot] info

Informationsquelle

  • Sonia Mendes
    courriel : conference [at] wcqr [dot] info

Zitierhinweise

« 5th World Conference on Qualitative Research », Beitragsaufruf, Calenda, Veröffentlicht am Freitag, 21. August 2020, https://calenda.org/794953

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