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Understanding the lived experiences of people with disabilities (qualitative)

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In the last step, we learnt about measuring the lived experiences of people with disabilities using quantitative indicators. In this step, Jane Wilbur will discuss how we understand the lived experience of people with disabilities using qualitative methods. Jane discusses some real examples of research projects to demonstrate the themes that can be explored in qualitative research.

Jane is a Research Fellow at the International Centre for Evidence in Disability. Before joining LSHTM, Jane was the disability inclusion officer at WaterAid.

Have you been involved in any research that aimed to understand lived experiences? Please share your experiences below, and any other comments you might have on the video.

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