Researcher reflexivity in qualitative research
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Event Series Community of practice
Researcher reflexivity involves thinking critically about who we are as researchers, power dynamics, and how our values and experiences have implications for relationships with participants and the crafting of research decisions and findings.
Our guest presenter Lisa Fitzgerald is an Associate Professor in Public Health with research interests in the health and wellbeing of people experiencing marginalisation and the social determinants of (sexual) health. She has over 20 years’ experience in qualitative public health research, across many countries including Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, and Indonesia. Lisa is currently leading qualitative research projects related to HIV, sexual health, young people, LGBTIQ+ health and sex worker health. She has a particular interest in co-design, participatory methods, and qualitative longitudinal research.