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What is the IPA Study Survival Guide?

I have developed this handy free gift to give you a bird’s eye view of the steps involved in planning, designing, conducting, and writing up your IPA research study

The Survival Guide contains both a Road Map and Checklist to support you in reaching ‘mission accomplished’

The Road Map provides a high-level overview of the process of executing an IPA study

The Checklist contains detailed guidance and tips for every step in each phase of the process of conducting your IPA study

The aim is to support you as you plan, design, execute and write up your Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) research project

I have included a bucketload of practical tips, and advice derived from my many years of experience in teaching, supervising, and examining IPA research projects

I aspire to help you gain clarity on what needs to be done so that you can plan your time and your project with the minimum of stress and fuss

I hope this resource will serve to demystify the process of completing your IPA study, and you can find more guidance and advice for each phase of the process in my ‘how do I…?’ articles