MAXQDA Professional Trainer


 
Trainer Prof. Dr. André FringerProf. Dr. André Fringer
Workshop language(s) German
Location St. Gallen, SwitzerlandSt. Gallen, Switzerland
Radius Switzerland, GermanySwitzerland, Germany
Workshops
  • Starter Workshops
  • Advanced Workshops
  • Content Analysis
  • Coding Techniques
  • Grounded Theory
  • Qualitative Evaluation
  • Mixed Methods
  • Audio-Video Analysis
  • Synthesizing Qualitative Re-search
  • Starter Workshops
  • Advanced Workshops
  • Content Analysis
  • Coding Techniques
  • Grounded Theory
  • Qualitative Evaluation
  • Mixed Methods
  • Audio-Video Analysis
  • Synthesizing Qualitative Re-search
Methodological Expertise

Qualitative Evaluation, Content Analysis, Case Study Research, Qualitative Description

Qualitative Evaluation, Content Analysis, Case Study Research, Qualitative Description

Consulting Services
  • Research Groups in Nursing Research
  • Individual Classes
  • Individual Consultation in Doctoral Thesis
  • Research Groups in Nursing Research
  • Individual Classes
  • Individual Consultation in Doctoral Thesis
Experience

I have been a MAXQDA-Lecturer since 2007 and have given more than 20 lectures. I hold a PhD in Medical- and Nursing Sciences and have used MAXQDA for analyzing qualitative interviews and videos based on Grounded Theory Methodology during my dissertation and as a postdoctoral research associate. I regularly offer methodological courses in the field of medical- and nursing research and have developed a strong interest in Mixed Method approaches, which I am happy to share in my workshops or to apply as a consulting service for interested research groups.

I have been a MAXQDA-Lecturer since 2007 and have given more than 20 lectures. I hold a PhD in Medical- and Nursing Sciences and have used MAXQDA for analyzing qualitative interviews and videos based on Grounded Theory Methodology during my dissertation and as a postdoctoral research associate. I regularly offer methodological courses in the field of medical- and nursing research and have developed a strong interest in Mixed Method approaches, which I am happy to share in my workshops or to apply as a consulting service for interested research groups.

Relevant Publications

Fringer, A. (2011). Pflegenden Angehörigen ehrenamtlich helfen: Bürgerschaftliches Engagement im Spannungsfeld öffentlicher Interessen. Wissenschaftliche Beiträge aus dem Tectum-Verlag.Reihe Pflegewissenschaft: Bd. 1. Marburg: Tectum-Verlag

Fringer, A. (2013). Qualitative Datenanalyse: Coding versus Inhaltsanalyse. Pflege, 26(4), 281–282. doi:10.1024/1012-5302/a000306

Fringer, A., Huth, M. & Hantikainen, V. (2014). Nurses' experiences with the implementation of the Kinaesthetics movement competence training into elderly nursing care: a qualitative focus group study: a qualitative focus group study. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, n/a. doi:10.1111/scs.12108

Kohler, M., Saxer, S., Fringer, A. & Hantikainen, V. (2014). Im Körper gefangen sein – Das Erleben und die Bewältigung der krankheitsbedingt veränderten Bewegungsmuster von Menschen mit Parkinson und ihren Angehörigen. Pflege, 27(3), 153–161. doi:10.1024/1012-5302/a000357

Fringer, A., Huth, M. & Hantikainen, V. (2015). Nurses' Learning Experiences With the Kinaesthetics Care Concept Training in a Nursing Home: A Qualitative Descriptive Study. Educational Gerontology, 41(12), 888–902. doi:10.1080/03601277.2015.1065684

Fringer, A. & Schnepp, W. (2015). Case Study:: Methodik - Methodologie - Forschungsstrategie. Qualitative Pflege- und Gesundheitsforschung (QuPuG), 2(1), 62–70.

Schiess, C., Ott, S., Fringer, A., Raphaelis, S., Kobleder, A., Gafner, D., … (2015). Informational Needs of Women with Vulvar Neoplasia in the First Week after Hospital Discharge – A Mixed Methods Study. Annals of Nursing and Practice, 4(2), 1034.

Fringer, A. & Otto, U. (2016). Freiwilligenengagement bei zu Hause gepflegten Demenzerkrankten. In A. Fringer (Hrsg.), Palliative Versorgung in der Langzeitpflege. Entwicklungen, Möglichkeiten und Aspekte der Qualität (S. 233–254). Bern: Hogrefe.

Fringer, A. (2011). Pflegenden Angehörigen ehrenamtlich helfen: Bürgerschaftliches Engagement im Spannungsfeld öffentlicher Interessen. Wissenschaftliche Beiträge aus dem Tectum-Verlag.Reihe Pflegewissenschaft: Bd. 1. Marburg: Tectum-Verlag

Fringer, A. (2013). Qualitative Datenanalyse: Coding versus Inhaltsanalyse. Pflege, 26(4), 281–282. doi:10.1024/1012-5302/a000306

Fringer, A., Huth, M. & Hantikainen, V. (2014). Nurses' experiences with the implementation of the Kinaesthetics movement competence training into elderly nursing care: a qualitative focus group study: a qualitative focus group study. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, n/a. doi:10.1111/scs.12108

Kohler, M., Saxer, S., Fringer, A. & Hantikainen, V. (2014). Im Körper gefangen sein – Das Erleben und die Bewältigung der krankheitsbedingt veränderten Bewegungsmuster von Menschen mit Parkinson und ihren Angehörigen. Pflege, 27(3), 153–161. doi:10.1024/1012-5302/a000357

Fringer, A., Huth, M. & Hantikainen, V. (2015). Nurses' Learning Experiences With the Kinaesthetics Care Concept Training in a Nursing Home: A Qualitative Descriptive Study. Educational Gerontology, 41(12), 888–902. doi:10.1080/03601277.2015.1065684

Fringer, A. & Schnepp, W. (2015). Case Study:: Methodik - Methodologie - Forschungsstrategie. Qualitative Pflege- und Gesundheitsforschung (QuPuG), 2(1), 62–70.

Schiess, C., Ott, S., Fringer, A., Raphaelis, S., Kobleder, A., Gafner, D., … (2015). Informational Needs of Women with Vulvar Neoplasia in the First Week after Hospital Discharge – A Mixed Methods Study. Annals of Nursing and Practice, 4(2), 1034.

Fringer, A. & Otto, U. (2016). Freiwilligenengagement bei zu Hause gepflegten Demenzerkrankten. In A. Fringer (Hrsg.), Palliative Versorgung in der Langzeitpflege. Entwicklungen, Möglichkeiten und Aspekte der Qualität (S. 233–254). Bern: Hogrefe.

Website www.fhsg.ch
www.fhsg.ch
Email andre.fringer@fhsg.ch
Phone 0041 (0) 71 226 15 520041 (0) 71 226 15 52


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