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QuIP and Causal Map Training

Bath SDR
Event Description

This course offers an in-depth introduction to the theory behind QuIP as well as the practical aspects of designing, costing and managing a study from sample selection to final data analysis. The course is run over five working days and consists of a combination of independent study and four live sessions with an optional additional live session on the following Monday. The interactive online sessions are run by Bath SDR staff, including Prof James Copestake, author of the QuIP and Professor of International Development at the University of Bath. The modules cover: theoretical overview, applicable contexts, key logistical considerations, sampling, questionnaire design, data collection, intro to data coding and analysis.

Find out more and register here! If you have any questions please email jo@bathsdr.org

Location
Online

Start date & time
June 19th, 2023 at 13:00


End date & time
June 26th, 2023 at 14:00

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