Creative research and data collection methods (e.g. co-creative methods including collage, drama, storytelling, prototyping, building with Lego), offer participants multiple modalities in which to communicate and are thus more inclusive, provide rich data, and can help researchers to break down concepts which may be unfamiliar to the participant group (e.g. development of new health behaviour interventions). This workshop will present emerging results from a systematic review exploring the benefits and challenges of creative methodologies, as well as giving you an opportunity to get hands-on with some of the creative methods available, including Lego SeriousPlay, and consider how they might be applied within a health psychology setting.
24 May 2018
Midlands Health Psychology Network 14th Annual Conference: Innovative approaches to health psychology research and practice