Early Career Qualitative Health Researcher network
The Early Career Qualitative Health Researcher network aims to create an accessible and collaborative space for sharing opportunities, connecting researchers, whilst supporting and championing the work of ECRs in Qualitative health research (QHR).
The network has a monthly newsletter to which you can subscribe: (firstname.lastname@example.org). To subscribe you must:
- Email email@example.com
- Confirm your request to join when you receive the acknowledgment email
- You will receive a ‘Welcome’ email shortly thereafter.
We also have twitter page for up-to-date information: https://twitter.com/ECQHRN
The network was founded by ECRs in QHR to share information and establish collaboration opportunities in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, which further highlighted research inequalities.
This is an egalitarian and democratic network that aims to benefit its members by:
- opportunities for career development
- connecting researchers will similar interests
- Sharing and access to relevant event information
- offer broad representation for all types of qualitative research
The ECR QHR network was established and is currently led by:
Dr Madeleine Tremblett (University of the West of England)
Dr Tom Douglass (University of Birmingham)
Dr Jack Joyce (University of Oxford)
Dr Tanisha Spratt (University of Greenwich)
Dr Natalie Flint (Loughborough University)
Dr Lotte van Burgsteden (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Ms Amelia Talbot (University of Oxford)