THE PHILIPPINE CONSORTIUM

Philippine Consortium for Social Welfare and Human Development Research (PCSWHDR) Inc.

The PCSWHDR is the channel program partner and recognised distributor of NVivo and provider of

end-user support and training in the Philippines.

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Our CEO is the first Filipino Academic Visitor at Oxford University Population Ageing in the United Kingdom.

WEBINAR PRESENTATION OF OUR CEO USING NVIVO IN MIXED METHOD STUDY

Our CEO is the only recognised expert in NVivo in the Philppines

 

Our CEO have presented his research papers in various international conferences using NVivo (eg. Oxford Uni, Stockholm, Melbourne)

 

Our CEO  believes that "technology revolution is important in evidence-based research, policy analysis, program development, business enhancement, monitoring and impact evaluation, and most especially in the improvement of the wellbeing of the Filipino people"

UP-Diliman Technology Management Center (TMC) is a recognized NVivo PLUS user with Prof. Ed.  Email us ceo@philconsortium.org

ATENEO de Davao SRTDO organizes NVivo training in partnership with The PhilConsortium

NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

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The Phil. Consortium and QSR International have launch the NVivo Enterprise Licensing Agreement (ELA) which intends to ensure access of researchers, academics, business and public organisation’s, and most importantly students who are doing research to NVivo. NVivo is the most powerful software that provides technological support in research, policy analysis, program dev, M & E, meta-analysis, publications, and data analytics.  For queries, send us an email at pcswhdr@gmail.com or nksanc001@myacu.edu.au or call us at 09173284458.  Dr. NICK met with QSR executives in Melbourne to launch the ELA and to support the improvement of quality of life in the Philippines through robust and scientific data analysis.

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