Q-MIR 2022 plenary presentations

Q-MIR 2022 plenary presentations

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Online event

These online plenary discussions precede the Q-MIR Symposium 2022 and are free to attend.

About this event

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The NIHR ARC North Thames (ARC NT) Academy is delighted to announce Qualitative methods in implementation research (Q-MIR) 2022 – a major event to explore theory-informed qualitative research in implementation research.

We will meet on the web on 2 November and in-person on 10-11 November in Bloomsbury, Central London.

Please note this registration is for the 2 November online plenary discussions.

For the in-person event on 10-11 November please see our website for more details and how to apply.

Q-MIR 2022 will bring together internationally acknowledged speakers to explore the ways that qualitative methods make possible discovery research around implementation processes. The meeting has two main objectives: (a) to explore the role of qualitative research in building knowledge about evidence translation and implementation science, and (b) to explore how Normalization Process Theory, and other theoretical frameworks, can inform qualitative research on implementation.

Q-MIR 2022 mobilises the best mix of hybrid delivery. On 2 November our plenary speakers will give their talks as a webinar, open to all, and with discussants drawn from ARC NT and ARC NENC.


Prof Carl May (LSHTM)


Prof. Anne MacFarlane (University of Limerick)

Dr. Cory Bradley (Washington University)

On 10 and 11 November we’ll offer in-person talks and workshops at a venue in Central London. For more information about the in-person event please see our website.