Tuesday, January 26, 2021 from 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM CST
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Kim Elizabeth Hume 
PTTC Network 

Qualitative Data Collection During the Pandemic 

This webinar mini-series will discuss how to creatively adapt quantitative and qualitative data collection methods during the COVID-19 pandemic with real life examples. During the webinar series, participants will have the opportunity to discuss barriers, solutions, and lessons learned in their prevention work related to data collection during this critical time. 

In this webinar, participants will explore ways to adapt qualitative data collection methods during the pandemic. Specifically, participants will learn to identify effective methods for adapting qualitative data collection during a pandemic, and describe ways to address confidentiality concerns during online qualitative data collection


Kyle Barrington, Ph.D

Kyle Barrington, Ph.D., has over 30 years' experience in the field of substance misuse prevention and treatment. His experiences include being a substance abuse counselor, director of a dual-diagnosis hospital unit for adults and youth, director of an emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth, and evaluator for local and statewide organizations. Dr. Barrington has extensive experience evaluating the impact of alcohol and drug abuse prevention programs and practices. He has five published, peer-reviewed articles, has been quoted in several scholarly articles, and has conducted over 200 program evaluations.