TQR 8th Annual Conference Presentations

  1. A Family Affair Caring in Teaching and Implications for Research
  2. Caring as an Emergent Method in Qualitative Research: A Means for Moving between Research Studies and Practical Support
  3. Caring in Field Research: Acknowledging and Managing a Major Tension of Practice
  4. Coaching Tutors: An Instrumental Case Study on Testing an Integrated Framework for Tutoring Sessions
  5. Exploring Our Perceptions of Key Events in a Qualitative Research Class
  6. IDEAS: A Qualitative Inquiry into Project-Based Learning
  7. In the Field Experiences with Young Adults the First Year after High School
  8. Meditation, Critical Thinking and Critical Inquiry in Higher Education: A Case Study
  9. Participant Observation as Reciprocity and Belonging Realized Imperfectly
  10. Sustainable Feedback Students’ and Tutors’ Perceptions
  11. The Importance of Care in the Publishing Process
  12. The Meaning of Intraoperative Errors Perioperative Nurse Perspectives
  13. The Principal’s Prism: The Ethic of Care
  14. Vulnerability and Resilience in Two Bay Island Communities in the Wake of the Global Financial Crisis
  15. The Principal’s Prism The Ethic of Care
  16. “The Reward Was Worth the Sacrifice”: How Membership in Black Greek Letter Fraternities (BGLFs) Redefines Black Men’s College Experiences
  17. A Phenomenological Study of the International Student Experience 
  18. Elementary School Teacher Perceptions on Social-Emotional Learning and Implications for Instruction
  19. A Metasummary of Published Qualitative Research on Pregnancy and Resettlement Among Refugee Women
  20. Uncovering Teachers’ Perspectives Through Multiple Lenses of Data Collection and Analysis
  21. Understanding Health Literacy Skills in Patients With Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes
  22. Interpretive Dialoguing – A Relational Turn Toward Research Participants
  23. Cultural Context of Acceptability of Improved Cookstovesin Rural India Programmatic Implications
  24. Exploring Connectedness -The meaning of transition experiences for patients within a forensic psychiatric service
  25. Jogging Memories – Overcoming the exclusion of vulnerable forensic psychiatric patients
  26. The Surprising Power of Extreme Case Sampling