Special Interest Group on Education
Co-Chairs: Dr Isabelle Bartkowiak-Théron, Dr Yasmeen Krameddine
RESEARCH MASTERCLASS WITH PROFESSOR ROSIE FRASSO
Date/ Time: March 9th at 1pm EST
This is an all welcome event.
Link to zoom webinar
The LEPH SIG Education is delighted to invite all interested to a Research Masterclass with professor Rosie Frasso, from Thomas Jefferson University. This Masterclass on multidisciplinary qualitative research will expose the audience to data collection, report generation, dissemination and publication in multidisciplinary contexts . Traditional and alternative data sources and data collection approaches will be discussed, including, but not limited to, arts informed research, walking interviews, photo-elicitation interviews, freelisting and consensus-deriving group approaches. The role of qualitative research at the intersection of law enforcement and public health will be an essential focus of the masterclass.
Some of the following topics will be approached as part of the discussion: agenda setting, nominal group setting, what to do when there is a divergence in industries’ agendas.
The masterclass will be articulated around a 90 minute presentation, flowed by time for questions. All welcome.
Biography of Dr Rosemary Frasso:
Dr. Rosemary (Rosie) Frasso is a Professor of Population Health at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. Dr. Frasso earned her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy & Practice, as well as two master’s degrees from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Her current research focuses on the integration of qualitative and quantitative methods in projects designed to improve population health and address the needs of vulnerable communities. Dr. Frasso provides consultation and oversight on qualitative projects for clinicians, investigators, and students as well as for researchers from the Federal Reserve Bank, VA Medical Center, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Police Department, and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health.
Her expertise in qualitative methods focusses on traditional and alternative data sources and data collection approaches, including, but not limited to, arts informed research, walking interviews, photo-elicitation, freelisting and consensus-deriving group approaches. Additionally, she has worked on several cross-disciplinary projects with educators, artists and economists who are committed to using qualitative methods to enhance community collaborations and to amplify the voices of vulnerable populations.
Dr. Frasso is dedicated to training the next generation of public health professionals through teaching and mentorship.