A personal perspective on the impact of COVID 19 on research

A rejoinder to ‘Collecting qualitative data during a pandemic’ by David Silverman

Authors

  • Geraldine Leydon University of Southampton

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/cam.19938

Keywords:

commentary, personal reflection

Abstract

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Author Biography

Geraldine Leydon, University of Southampton

Geraldine Leydon works as a Professor in the Primary Care Research Centre (PCRC) at Southampton University. Her work encompasses many topics in primary care, with an overall interest in understanding and improving the patient experience and enhancing communication between patients and healthcare practitioners across a range of healthcare encounters. She uses qualitative methods, including conversation analysis (CA).

References

Gewin, Virginia (2021) Pandemic burnout is rampant in academia: Remote working, research delays and childcare obligations are taking their toll on scientists, causing stress and anxiety. Nature 591 (18 March): 489–491. Online: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-00663-2

Grove, Jack (2020) Universities UK: State bailout required to save institutions. Times Higher Education, 10 April. Online: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/universities-ukstate-bailout-required-save-institutions

Harris, Kamala (2021) The exodus of women from the workforce is a national emergency. The Washington Post, 12 February. Online: https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/kamalaharris-women-workforce-pandemic/2021/02/12/b8cd1cb6-6d6f-11eb-9f80-3d7646ce1bc0_story.html

Silverman, David (2014) Interpreting Qualitative Data (5th edition). London: Sage.

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Published

2021-09-01

How to Cite

Leydon, G. (2021). A personal perspective on the impact of COVID 19 on research: A rejoinder to ‘Collecting qualitative data during a pandemic’ by David Silverman. Communication and Medicine, 17(1), 88–91. https://doi.org/10.1558/cam.19938

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