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MAXQDA Professional Trainer:
Dr. Jacqueline Priego

Language(s)English, Portuguese (Brasil), Spanish
LocationPortsmouth, United Kingdom


  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshop

Method Focus

  • Qualitative Evaluation
  • Mixed Methods
  • Various Types of Qualitative Analysis Approaches
Methodological Expertise
  • Qualitative/Quantitative Content Analysis
  • Thematic Analysis
  • Dialogical Interaction Analysis
  • Narrative Analysis
  • Mixed Methods
  • Systematic Reviews
Consulting Services

Identification of research needs including MAXQDA project set up and related issues such as data cleaning, management and storage. Work with individuals, research teams and organisations, customising sessions to particular research projects. Analysis of research needs for bidding and tendering purposes.


I have been delivering CAQDAS workshops and acquainted with MAXQDA since 2010, and conducting social research since 2007. Having worked in a number of research projects conducted in Brazil, Mexico, India and the UK, I am acutely aware of the variety of tasks in the research process, from design to results write up, which I cater for in my workshop sessions.

My research experience includes academic and consultancy projects on education and health among youth and socially excluded communities. I have special interest in analysing images (e.g. children’s drawings) and blending text-based data (interview and FGD transcripts, fieldnotes, diaries and open-ended questionnaire items), which I have pursued in previous research projects.

I hold a PhD in social psychology from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). I am a chartered member of the British Psychological Society and a fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.

Relevant Publications

Rutherford, Forde, E., Priego-Hernandez, J., Butcher, A., & Wedderburn, C. (2018). Using photography to enhance GP Trainees’ reflective practice and professional development. Medical Humanities, 44, 158-164.

Branney, J., & Priego-Hernandez, J. (2017). A mixed methods evaluation of team-based learning for applied pathophysiology in undergraduate nursing education. Nurse Education Today, 61, 127-133.

Priego-Hernández, J., 2015. Sexual health in transition: A social representations study with indigenous Mexican young womenJournal of Health Psychology. DOI: 10.1177/1359105315611954

Priego-Hernandez, J. Knowledge encounters in an evolving knowledge system: Using social representations to examine a social development initiative in urban India. 2014 BPS Social Psychology Section Annual Conference (Canterbury, UK. 9 – 11 Sep 2014).

Cornish, F., Priego-Hernandez, J., Campbell, C., Mburu, G. and McLean, S., 2014. The impact of Community Mobilisation on HIV Prevention in Middle and Low Income Countries: A Systematic Review and CritiqueAIDS and Behavior, 18 (11), 2110-2134.

Jovchelovitch, S., & Priego-Hernandez, J. (2013). Underground Sociabilities: Identity, Culture and Resistance in Rio de Janeiro’s favelas. Brasilia: UNESCO. ISBN: 978-85-7652-180-8 (English); 978-85-7652-179-2 (Portuguese).

Jovchelovitch, S., Priego-Hernández, J. & Glǎveanu, V.-P., 2013.Constructing public worlds: Culture and socio-economic context in the development of children's representations of the public sphereCulture and Psychology, 19 (3), 323-347.


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