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New translated QuIP guidelines!

We are very pleased to share our updated QuIP guidelines which have been translated into the following languages (click on the link to access):

Friends and colleagues have kindly proofed these for us, but we are always open to suggestions if you as a native speaker think anything is unclear or not quite right – please get in touch!

These guidelines are an adapted version of the full guidelines available in the QuIP case study book, adapted for non-native English speaking practitioners who would like a detailed summary of the approach. Whilst this guidance is detailed, it does not replace training, which we would strongly advise for anyone planning a QuIP study without prior experience.

We are currently planning our schedule of QuIP training courses for 2021, if you are interested we would be very grateful if you could note down which dates may be suitable for you at this link, so that we can plan our resources accordingly. Registering your interest does not sign you up for the course, it is simply an expression of interest.

The course is the equivalent of two days full time, spread over 8 working days. It is run with a combination of independent study, pre-recorded lectures and interactive sessions over Zoom with Bath SDR staff, including Prof James Copestake, author of the QuIP and Professor of International Development at the University of Bath. We are currently designing a more in-depth coding and analysis course for users of Causal Map, if you have previously attended a QuIP course we will let you know when this is ready.


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