A Beginners Guide to Qualitative Data

by Clark County Public Health
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In-Person Training for the SW Regional Network

Explore methods for gathering, analyzing, & using qualitative data. 



On Tuesday March 14th, Clark County Public Health, Health Assessment and Evaluation (HAE) staff will facilitate “Qualitative 101,” an all-day workshop designed to provide training and education for staff about implementation and analysis of qualitative research methods.

The workshop will be a combination of content delivery, group-style learning activities, and time to apply learning to your current or future work. Post-workshop, HAE is available to provide technical assistance to Coalitions and program staff as they design qualitative data collection in 2023.



By the end of the 6 hour training, participants will have:

  • A deeper understanding of what is qualitative data, including its utility and benefits
  • An awareness of several qualitative data collection methods and corresponding references to explore these methods in more depth after the workshop
  • The tools needed to design a qualitative data collection effort – including planning, data collection, analysis and interpretation, and reporting for your coalition/ community.
  • A desire to embed qualitative work into your practice!



Clark County Public Health
Health Assessment and Evaluation (HAE) Team

Clark County Public Health, Epidemiology
Prevent Rural

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