Jo Neale (@Jo_S_Neale )

Jo Neale

Bio Researcher and qualitative social scientist working in the Addictions Department, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London.
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Twitter for iPad : Tony Lee Lesley Howard Agreed, Tony. These insights come from just 2 hotels (mostly one hotel). We can’t generalise to all hotels and have made this very clear in the report so people don’t take the findings out of context.

Twitter for iPad : Ian Hamilton Hi Ian - need to read the findings in context, of course. As we clearly state, participants are not necessarily representative of others in the hotels. Participants came from just 2 hotels and mostly one covid-protect hotel. Qualitative work never generalisable

Twitter Web App : Oh, and one more thing, we sadly only have one more qualitative journal club from Toronto 😒. However, Katherine, Carole and colleagues will be handing over to Carol Emslie, Matt Smith, Elena Dimova & colleagues in Scotland (SubstanceUse@gcu) in November👏👏👏

Twitter Web App : "College student knowledge of blackouts & implications for alcohol intervention: A qualitative analysis". We hope you enjoy September's SSA qualitative methods journal club. Read the article & commentary here thanks to @uoft_dlsph:

iPhone : UCU has urged universities to teach online until “regular universal testing” can be introduced on campuses.…

Twitter Web App : "Interaction rituals in an open drug scene" by Grønnestad et al. We hope you enjoy reading this ethnographic study & linked commentary by U of T Public Health via the August SSA qualitative methods journal club:

Twitter for iPad : UCU Jo Grady BBC News (UK) Just caught this on the news. You made points really clearly, calmly and reasonable despite the challenging tone of the questions. Well said and thank you!

Twitter Web App : The latest SSA qualitative methods journal club on psychedelic experiences in drug treatment is now available with a very thoughtful commentary by researchers at University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health:

Twitter Web App : Final qualitative methods lecture from @SSA March 2020 methods conference. In this one, Polly Radcliffe talks about pregnancy, substance use & identity, including worked examples of managing interview data with Nvivo. Happy listening:…

Twitter Web App : In this weeks @SSA qualitative lecture Caitlin Notley talks about the ECtra Study on using #ecigarettes for smoking cessation. The lecture gives a really valuable breakdown of the qualitative methods & analyses:…

Twitter for iPad : Thanks to DDN Magazine for publishing this piece on the SURE app. Working with Ed Day (Recovery Champion), we hope to use the app to give people with lived experience a novel way of contributing to policy & improving treatment. Watch this space: