Qualitative research for substance abuse prevention: focus groups and key informant interviews partnerships for Success-II Assessment Training. Liz Lilliott, Ph.D. BHRCS-PIRE. Today’s purpose . Review the basics of qualitative methods
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Qualitative research for substance abuse prevention: focus groups and key informant interviewspartnerships for Success-IIAssessment Training
Liz Lilliott, Ph.D.
Who, what, when, where how much,
Multiple choice response surveys
Rates of events (DWIs, suicides, births to teen parents, numbers of people attending)
Can measure impact best- what funders like
“ Bean Counting”
How and Why
Structured and semi-structured Interviews
Helps define nature & parameters of an issue, “ the context”- helps you improve impact
“ Story telling”
Qualitative research will help you define contributing factors as they affect different populations in your county.
Nuts and Bolts for PFS-II
* Also APPLIES TO INTERVIEWS
-throw out extraneous information
-For write-up, describe the dominant responses, with details about alternative explanations or points of view