MAXQDA Professional Trainer:
MD, PhD, Abraham A. Salinas-Miranda
|Location||Tampa, FLorida andManagua, Nicaragua|
|Radius||USA, Lateinamerika, Karibik|
Consulting for Research Groups in Social Science-based Research, or Individual Classes
I hold a MD degree (Nicaragua) and PhD in Community and Family Health (social-behavioral sciences, public health, US-trained). My post-doctoral research was on community-based participatory research. I have been a MAXQDA-user since 2008 and MAXQDA Ambassador since 2014. I have given several lectures and workshops in mixed methods in Spanish (Doctoral Program in the Health Sciences at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Nicaragua) and the English language. In the USA, I have been an investigator of focus group research projects, qualitative evaluation, and grants using mixed methods, where I have used various MAXQDA functions and features. I am currently the lead instructor of the graduate course “Family & Community Violence in Public Health” (USF), where I teach my students how to apply social constructivism and narrative analysis of media portraying family violence. I have mentored numerous students in the use of MAXQDA in English (Tampa, FL) and Spanish (Nicaragua). I have also trained community members in qualitative data analysis (CBPR projects) in the USA and even remotely in developing country setting (Ecuador and Nicaragua).
Publications using MAXQDA:
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