MAXQDA Professional Trainer


 
Trainer Jason Patrick WilliamsJason Patrick Williams
Workshop language(s) English
Location College Station, Texas, USACollege Station, Texas, USA
Radius South Central United States (Texas, Louisiana, Kansas, Oklahoma - I am flexible)South Central United States (Texas, Louisiana, Kansas, Oklahoma - I am flexible)
Workshops

Standard

  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshops

Method Focus

  • Visualizations
  • Qualitative Evaluation
  • Mixed Methods

Standard

  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshops

Method Focus

  • Visualizations
  • Qualitative Evaluation
  • Mixed Methods
Methodological Expertise

Visualizations of Complex Systems, Inductive and Deductive Coding

Visualizations of Complex Systems, Inductive and Deductive Coding

Consulting Services

Human Factors, Oil and Gas, Process Safety, Systems Engineering, Systems Thinking

Human Factors, Oil and Gas, Process Safety, Systems Engineering, Systems Thinking

Experience

I am a PhD studant and hold a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering, which led me to develop interests in studying complex socio-technical systems from the human factors perspective (such as healthcare and petrochemical systems).

I first used MAXQDA in my undergraduate research to analyze 72 interviews in oil and gas across international sites. I have used visualization tools, mixed methods (via QDA Stats), and many other MAXQDA tools to make sense of this data set over the last 9 months. Currently, I am continuing this work after being admitted as a direct-entry PhD student (Texas A&M Systems Engineering), and have been responsible for teaching these skills to other members of my Applied Cognitive Ergonomics Lab. I have also collaborated with the Texas A&M School of Public Health to investigate process safety in oil and gas, and worker fatigue in offshore drilling.

I am a PhD studant and hold a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering, which led me to develop interests in studying complex socio-technical systems from the human factors perspective (such as healthcare and petrochemical systems).

I first used MAXQDA in my undergraduate research to analyze 72 interviews in oil and gas across international sites. I have used visualization tools, mixed methods (via QDA Stats), and many other MAXQDA tools to make sense of this data set over the last 9 months. Currently, I am continuing this work after being admitted as a direct-entry PhD student (Texas A&M Systems Engineering), and have been responsible for teaching these skills to other members of my Applied Cognitive Ergonomics Lab. I have also collaborated with the Texas A&M School of Public Health to investigate process safety in oil and gas, and worker fatigue in offshore drilling.

Relevant Publications

Williams, J.P., Sasangohar, F., Peres, S.C. (in preparation) Contextual Analysis of Procedure Usage in Process Safety. Accident Analysis & Prevention.

Sasangohar, F., Williams, J.P., Peres, S.C., Smith, A., Mannan, Sam. Investigating Written Procedures in Process Safety: Qualitative Data Analysis of Interviews from High Risk Facilities. Process Safety and Environmental Protection (submitted 4/15/2017).

Williams, J.P., Peres, S.C., Sasangohar, F. (2017) Investigating Written Procedures in Process Safety: Qualitative Data Analysis of Interviews from High Risk Facilities. In Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society’s 61 st Annual Meeting, Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Williams, J.P., Sasangohar, F., Peres, S.C. (2017) Investigating Procedures in Process Safety. 8th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics.

Williams, J.P., Sasangohar, F., Peres, S.C. (in preparation) Contextual Analysis of Procedure Usage in Process Safety. Accident Analysis & Prevention.

Sasangohar, F., Williams, J.P., Peres, S.C., Smith, A., Mannan, Sam. Investigating Written Procedures in Process Safety: Qualitative Data Analysis of Interviews from High Risk Facilities. Process Safety and Environmental Protection (submitted 4/15/2017).

Williams, J.P., Peres, S.C., Sasangohar, F. (2017) Investigating Written Procedures in Process Safety: Qualitative Data Analysis of Interviews from High Risk Facilities. In Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society’s 61 st Annual Meeting, Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Williams, J.P., Sasangohar, F., Peres, S.C. (2017) Investigating Procedures in Process Safety. 8th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics.

Website http://acelab.tamu.edu
http://acelab.tamu.edu
Email jpc2@tamu.edu


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