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Année académique 2017-2018
20/10/2017
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Qualitative methods and contextual factors in public health
SAPU - L6521

I. Informations générales
Intitulé de l'unité d'enseignement * Qualitative methods and contextual factors in public health
Langue d'enseignement * Enseigné en anglais
Niveau du cadre de certification * Niveau 7 (2e cycle-MA/MC/MA60)
Discipline *
Titulaire(s) * [y inclus le coordonnateur] Isabelle GODIN (coordonnateur), Katie BRISTOW
II. Place de l'enseignement
Unité(s) d'enseignement co-requise(s) *
Unité(s) d'enseignement pré-requise(s) *
Connaissances et compétences pré-requises * none
Programme(s) d'études comprenant l'unité d'enseignement - MS-STME - Master de spécialisation en public health methodology (5 crédits, obligatoire)
III. Objectifs et méthodologies
Contribution de l'unité d'enseignement au profil d'enseignement *

to complement the student's program with a special focus on the socio economic approach of the health determinants and a methodological training on qualitative approach of health studies

Objectifs de l'unité d'enseignement (et/ou acquis d'apprentissages spécifiques) *

Contextual factors

The course objective is to be able to understand and measure the impact of socio economic factors on health, at the individual, community and population level. Comparison of measurement methods is discussed as well as the research of adapted indicators to different settings

Qualitative methods: data collection and analysis

to give a solid basis on qualitative methodologies (theory and practice)

 

Contenu de l'unité d'enseignement *

AA contextual factors:

      

Social inequalities and mortality

Social inequalities and morbidity

Socio-economic and socio-demographic determinants of health

Psychological factors

Lifestyle

Methodological problems

Theoretical explanations

Other explanations

Use of health services

AA qualitative methods:

       What is qualitative research?

       Why do we need to understand basic theory in Qualitative Research?

       Deduction and induction

       Criteria for prioritising problems for research

       Core techniques

       Trustworthiness, sampling & ethics in Qualitative Research

 

Méthodes d'enseignement et activités d'apprentissages *

face to face classes, group work

Support(s) de cours indispensable(s) *
Autres supports de cours
Références, bibliographie et lectures recommandées *

AA contextual

Berlinguer G. Globalization and global health. Int J Health Serv 1999;29(3):579-95.

Bloom G, McIntyre D. Towards equity in health in an unequal society. Soc Sci Med 1998 Nov;47(10):1529-38.

Braveman P, Krieger N, Lynch J. Health inequalities and social inequalities in health. Bull World Health Organ 2000;78(2):232-4.

Carter-Pokras O, Baquet C. What is a "Health Disparity"? Public Health Reports 2002;117: 426-34.

Kawachi I, Kennedy BP, Lochner K, Prothrow-Stith D. Social capital, income inequality, and mortality. Am J Public Health 1997 Sep;87(9):1491-8.

Krieger N. Refiguring "race": epidemiology, racialized biology, and biological expressions of race relations [see comments]. Int J Health Serv 2000;30(1):211-6.

Mackenbach JP, Kunst AE. Measuring the magnitude of socio-economic inequalities in health: an overview of available measures illustrated with two examples from Europe. Soc Sci Med 1997 Mar;44(6):757-71.

Whitehead M, Burstrom B, Diderichsen F. Social policies and the pathways to inequalities in health: a comparative analysis of lone mothers in Britain and Sweden. Soc Sci Med 2000 Jan;50(2):255-70.

Wilkinson R., Pickett K., The Spirit Level: Why more equal societies almost always do better. London: Allen Lane, 2009.

AA qualitative

Britten N. (1995) ‘Qualitative interviews in medical research’.  British Medical Journal, 311:251-253

Hope A and Timmel S (1984) Training for transformation, Mambo Press, Bk 2, 24-33

Jones, R. (1995) ‘Why do qualitative research?’ BMJ 1995; 311:2

Kuper, A. Reeves, S. & Levinson, W. (2008) An Introduction to reading and appraising qualitative research BMJ 2008 (337): 404-407

Mays, N & Pope, C. (1995) ‘Qualitative Research: Observational methods in health care settings’ BMJ 311: 182-184

Patton MQ. (1987) ‘Strategic Themes in Qualitative Enquiry’ in How to use qualitative methods in evaluation. Sage Publications, UK/USA/India. Pp. 35-54.

Pope C. & Mays N. (1995) ‘Reaching the parts other methods cannot reach: An introduction to qualitative methods in health and health services research’.  British Medical Journal, 311, pp.42-5.

IV. Evaluation
Méthode(s) d'évaluation *

assignements anfd group work evaluation

Construction de la note (en ce compris, la pondération des notes partielles) *

Weighted mean of the 2 AA: Qualitative methods 60% of the total mark, Contextual: 40% of the total mark.

the 2 AA must have at least 10/20 to validate the UE

Langue d'évaluation *

english

V. Organisation pratique
Institution organisatrice * ULB
Faculté gestionnaire * Ecole de Santé Publique
Quadrimestre * Deuxième quadrimestre (NRE : 44686)
Horaire * Deuxième quadrimestre
Volume horaire
VI. Coordination pédagogique
Contact *

Isabelle Godin igodin@ulb.ac.be

Lieu d’enseignement *

school of public health ULB

VII. Autres informations relatives à l’unité d’enseignement
Remarques

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