Certified MAXQDA Trainer:
Prof. Karen L. Andes
|Location||Atlanta, GA, USA|
|Radius||US, Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, Europe, Africa|
Available for short-term consulting, specializing in team-based approaches to analysis, codebook development and assessing agreement, managing large qualitative datasets, and developing analysis plans.
I have used and taught MAXQDA since 2005, having taught at Emory University until 2022, when I moved to Brown University's School of Public Health. I have also taught in Spanish at the summer PASPE institute at the Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública in Mexico. I have taught MAXQDA hundreds of students in formal classes, but especially enjoy working with interdisciplinary research teams to address their analysis challenges and learn to use the software to facilitate their theoretical and methodological approaches to their projects.
My signature course is a one-week intensive designed for novice analysts who want to learn how to approach qualitative analysis as well as MAXQDA software. This course is available in English and Spanish. I am also pleased to develop custom courses for specific groups as requested.
I also have a three-course self-guided specialization on qualitative research on the Coursera platform. The third course in the series introduces MAXQDA software as well as thematic analysis: https://www.coursera.org/specializations/qualitative-research-design-and-methods-for-public-health
Goldenberg, Tamar S., Catherine Finneran, Karen L. Andes, and Rob Stephenson. (forthcoming). Using Participant-Empowered Visual Relationship Timelines in a Qualitative Longitudinal Study. Global Public Health.
Hussen, Sophia A., Karen L. Andes, Danielle Gilliard, Rana Chakraborty, Carlos del Rio, and David J. Malebranche. 2015. Transition to adulthood among HIV-positive young Black men who have sex with men.” American Journal of Public Health. Apr:105(4):725-31. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2014.301905.
Fleming, Paul J., Karen L. Andes, Ralph J. DiClemente. 2013. ‘But I’m not like that’: young men’s navigation of normative masculinities in a marginalised urban community in Paraguay,” Culture, Health and Sexuality. DOI:10.1080/13691058.2013.779027