ISN Webinar: Mixed methods research in Kidney Care
- 12:00 PM CET
Mixed methods research involves the mixing of at least one qualitative and one quantitative method in the same research project or set of related projects and has increased in nephrology over the last 10 years. This webinar aims to advance the understanding of mixed methods research within the kidney community.
- The reasons for combining qualitative and quantitative methods in a single project.
- Common mixed-methods study designs, including when to use each and how to integrate findings.
- How mixed-methods can be applied to investigate problems in renal medicine.
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- Cervantes L, Tong A, Camacho C, Collings A, Powe NR. Patient-reported outcomes and experiences in the transition of undocumented patients from emergency to scheduled hemodialysis. Kidney Int. 2021 Jan;99(1):198-207
- Creswell J. and Plano Clark V. Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Research. 3rd ed. 2017 SAGE Publications Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA
Fergus Caskey (UK)
Pippa Bailey (UK)
Masaomi Nangaku (Japan)
Alicia O’Cathain (UK)
Lilia Cervantes (USA)