WTCRF: Using Mixed Methods in Research
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WTCRF: Using Mixed Methods in Research

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Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility

Western General Hospital

Crewe Road South

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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Through a mixture of lectures and workshops, this one-day course will:
- Discuss the long-standing “dichotomy” between quantitative and qualitative methods, and explore how these can be compatible when conducting mixed methods research
- Explore the relevance of mixed methods designs for healthcare research and complex interventions
- Explore the rationale behind “mixing” methods
- Present the key taxonomies of mixed methods designs
- Explore the epistemological underpinnings of mixed methods designs (pragmatism)
- Provide a wider content for mixed methods research and link this to the
Medical Research Council (MRC) Framework, and the principles of Implementation Science
- Discuss the practicalities of designing and conducting mixed methods research as well as presenting related findings

Course Date: Wednesday 19th October 2016

Course Time: 0930-1630

Venue: Seminar Room, Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility, Western General Hosptial, Edinburgh

Course Fees:

Student Rate: (Valid matriculation card required) £40

NHS/Uni Early Bird Rate: (before 31 Aug 2016) £60

NHS/Uni Rate: (After 31 Aug 2016) £80

Industry: £160


To book a place, please email wtcrf.education@ed.ac.uk

For further information, please refer to the WTCRF website www.crts.org.uk

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