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Employing Mixed Methods Approaches for Population Health Research

Population Health Sciences Summer Institute
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Friday, June 11, 2021
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10:00 am - 4:45 pm
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Nina Sperber, PhD, Assistant Professor in Population Health Sciences; Hannah Lane, PhD, Medical Instructor in Population Health Sciences
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Population Health Sciences Summer Institute

Integrating qualitative and quantitative data in mixed methods research provides a deeper understanding of a problem than using a singular methodological approach. Mixed methods lets the strengths of one approach even out the limitations of another. Employing presentations and interactive discussions, participants will learn:

1. Rationale for using mixed methods research
2. Core mixed-methods study designs
3. Applications of mixed methods to population health research

Workshop Outcomes:

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

-Articulate the rationale for using mixed methods research in population health
-Identify problems or questions that warrant the use of mixed methods
-Understand and apply core mixed methods study designs

Recommended Audience: Population health researchers and practitioners, healthcare or public health operations personnel, and policy partners

Early Bird Pricing ends Jan. 31. Register for 4 workshops and get 25% off.
Class Size: Limit 30 with 10 student slots