Introduction to Mixed Methods Research

Description: (Same as Community Health Sciences M228.) Seminar, three hours; discussion, one hour. Limited to graduate students. Highly recommended: courses 225A and 225B, or completion of coursework in basic research design and methods. Introduction to mixed methods research, with emphasis on its application to public health research. Equips students with skills to critique mixed method research designs and to design mixed methods research investigation for health issue of interest. Study of different mixed methods research designs commonly used in public health and health services research, including feasibility studies, convergent parallel design, sequential mixed methods, and multiphase studies. Use of combination of didactic and applied techniques. S/U or letter grading.

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